NECO 2015 MAY/JUNE CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDY OBJ & THEORY PAPER I&II QUESTION AND ANSWERS AVAILABLE NOW

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1. A. Demonstrate God’s power over all powers
2. A. Hilkiah the priest
3. B. Someone has come to seek the welfare of the children of Isreal
4. A. God’s contention with Isreal
5. D. If we are willing to repent
6. B. Changing their glory
7. C. Heal his servant from a distance
8. A. Mustard seed
9. E. Unfaithfulness in marriage
10. E. Showing love to them
11. A. He expected to see sign
12. A. Angels of the Lord
13. D. The intermediary between God and man
14. B. Cana in Galilee
15. A. Beloved friend of Lazarus
16. C. Putting on the old nature
17. D. Faith in christ
18. D. Showing love and being in full accord with other people
19. A. Does so at his own peril
20. B. Ability to distinguish
21. D. Husbands treating their wives as slaves
22. A. Actions
23. E. Trials
24. B. His being controller of the universe
25. E. Treating the Lord’s offering with respect
26. C. He disobeyed God in the war against the Amalekites
27. A. David was a specialist in music
28. D. Praying and casting lots
29. E. Peter, john
30. D. Performed wonders and signs
31. A. To your descendant i will give this land
32. A. Bark
33. C. Blaming Moses for her plight
34. E. Spear and jar water
35. E. His heart was turned away from God
36. B. Greed
37. B. Anyone who spoke against God should be destroyed
38. A. Fish
39. E. Uphold the way of the afflicted
40. D. He forgiveness of one another’s sin
41. B. Holy nation
42. B. God
43. E. The devil is seeking to devour them
44. C. Master
45. D. Join those who are raised to meet the Lord in the hall
46. D. Is very arrogant
47. B. Faith in the resurrected Jesus
48. E. Upholding the faith of Abraham
49. D. Joseph
50. E. Matthew
51. C. Healing the paralytic
52. B. The poor are discriminated against
53. E. The two travelers to Emmaus
54. B. Bold
55. A. Aenas
56. A. He could successfull promote his own will
57. E. Wheat and tares
58. B. 1987
59. A. Chimpazee
60. A. Blood transfusion
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THEORY.
1a)
Before Moses was born, the children of Israel were living in slavery in Egypt.
The Pharaoh was afraid of the numbers and might of the growing Israelites
during this time, so he had all of them put under extreme bondage and slavery
so they could not rebel against him. It got so bad at one time, that the
Pharaoh had put out an order to have all of the male children killed that were
being born by the Israelites. It was during this time that Moses was born.
His mother was a “Hebrew,” which is another name for Israelite. When Moses
was first born, his mother hid him for 3 months so he would not be found and
killed by the Pharaoh. After 3 months, his mother then placed him in an ark
made out of bulrushes, and then placed him down by the reeds along the river
banks hoping someone else would find him and raise him up safely. It just so
happened that the daughter of the Pharaoh was the one to actually find
him down by the river as she was getting ready to wash herself in the
river. Once she found him, she found out who the mother was, and then
asked the mother to nurse him during the nursing stage. Once the nursing
stage was over, the mother then gave the child back to the Pharaoh’s
daughter in order that she raise him up as one of her own so the Pharaoh
would not find out who he was and have him killed. Moses was thus raised
up in the Pharaoh’s house. When Moses became full grown, he became very
distressed at seeing his own people suffer under the hands of the Egyptians.
During one of these times, he saw an Egyptian beating one of his fellow
Hebrew men. Moses became so furious at seeing this injustice, that he killed
the Egyptian who had been beating up his fellow brother. After killing this
Egyptian man, the Pharaoh then finds out about it and seeks to have Moses
killed. At this point, Moses flees into the desert into a place called Midian. He
then lives in the desert for 40 years until God calls him out to deliver His people
from their slavery to the Egyptians.
5a)
The parable begins with a young man, the younger of two sons, who
asks his father to give him his share of the estate. The implication is the son
couldn’t wait for his father’s death for his inheritance, he wanted it immediately. The father agrees and
divides his estate between both sons. Upon receiving his portion of the
inheritance, the younger son travels to a distant country and wastes all his
money in extravagant living. Immediately thereafter, a famine strikes
the land; he becomes desperately poor and is forced to take work as a
swineherd. (This would have been abhorrent to Jesus’ Jewish audience,
who considered swinev unclean animals.) When he reaches the point of
envying the food of the pigs he is watching, he finally comes to his senses:
The son does not even have time to finish his rehearsed speech, since the
father calls for his servants to dress him in a fine robe, a ring, and sandals, and
slaughter the “fattened calf” for a celebratory meal. The older son, who
was at work in the fields, hears the sound of celebration, and is told about
the return of his younger brother. He is not impressed, and becomes angry: The
parable concludes with the father explaining that because the younger
son had returned, in a sense, from the dead, celebration was necessary:”But it
was appropriate to celebrate and be glad, for this, your brother, was dead,
and is alive again. He was lost, and is found.”
7a)Luke 7:1-10 Jesus Heals a Centurion’s Servant After he had
finished all his sayings in the hearing of the people, he entered Capernaum.
Now a centurion had a servant who was sick and at the point of death, who was highly valued by him.
When the centurion heard about Jesus, he sent to him elders of the Jews, asking him to
come and heal his servant. And when they came to Jesus, they pleaded with
him earnestly, saying, “He is worthy to have you do this for him, for he loves
our nation, and he is the one who built us our synagogue.” And Jesus went
with them. When he was not far from the house, the centurion sent friends,
saying to him, “Lord, do not trouble yourself, for I am not worthy to have
you come under my roof. Therefore I did not presume to come to you. But say
the word, and let my servant be healed. For I too am a man set under authority,
with soldiers under me: and I say to one, ‘Go,’ and he goes; and to another,
‘Come,’ and he comes; and to my servant, ‘Do this,’ and he does it.” When
Jesus heard these things, he marveled at him, and turning to the crowd that
followed him, said, “I tell you, not even in Israel have I found such faith.” And
when those who had been sent returned to the house, they found the
servant well.

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