WAEC Christian Religious Studies (CRS) Questions & Answers 2020/2021 to Objectives/Essay

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The WAEC 2020 Christian Religious Studies (CRS)Questions & answers comprises of two different sections which are Objective & Theory.  The WAEC CRS exams are always divided into 2 sections which are SECTION A [known as the obj] and SECTION B was known as the theory. There will be two papers, Papers 1and 2, both of which will be a composite paper to be taken at the same sitting.

WAEC CRS Answers to Objectives and theory 2020

PAPER 1:

Will consist of fifty multiple choice objective questions all of which must be answered within 1 hour for 40 marks.

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PAPER 2:

Will consist of nine essay-type questions. Candidates will be required to answer four questions within 2 hours for 60 marks.The questions will be arranged in sections as follows:

Section A : Themes from the Old Testament – four questions.

Section B : Themes from the Synoptic Gospels – three questions.

Section C : Themes from the Acts of the Apostles, James and I Peter – two questions.

Candidates will be required to answer four questions in all, choosing at least one question from each section and the fourth question from either Section A or Section B.

The Revised Standard Version of the Bible will be used in setting of questions.

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Below is WAEC Christian Religious Studies (CRS)Past Questions & Answers 2020/2021 to OBJ/ESSAY

WAEC Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK) Questions & Answers 2019/2020

SECTION   A   (OBJECTIVES)

1.According to Hosea, Israel’s relationship with God is that of

  1. A. A faithful wife with a faithless husband.
    B. The love between a woman and her husband.
    C. A faithless wife and a loving husband.
    D. A repentant wife and her forgiving husband.
  2. King Josiah was regarded as a defender of Jewish religion because he
    A. Killed all the priests of Baal.
    B. Converted all the worshippers of Baal.
    C. Built a new temple in Jerusalem.
    D. Reformed the corrupt religion of Israel.
  3. When David was informed that the child born to him by Bethsheba had died, he
    A. Sought Nathan’s counsel on what to do.
    B. Anointed himself and worshipped the lord.
    C. Wept throughout the day.
    D. Tore his robe and went to his house.
  1. Which of the following tribes accompanied Deborah and Barak to the war against Jabin and Sisera?
    A. Ephraim and Dan
    B. Naphtali and Zebulun
    C. Issachar and Reuben
    D. Ephraim and Benjamin
  2. The place where Moses experienced that the burning bush was not consumed was
    A. Meriba.
    B. Horeb.
    C. Bethel.
    D. Nebo.
  3. According to Mark’s Gospel, the first miracle of Jesus was
  1. A) healing a leper
  2. B) opening the eyes of a blind man
  3. C) healing a man an unclean spirit
  4. D) raising a dead boy to life

7.When the disciples thought that the kingdom of God was to appear immediately, Jesus told them the parable of the

  1. A) great banquet
  2. B) prodigal son
  3. C) pounds
  4. D) vineyard

8.The miracle which Jesus performed on the sabbath was the healing of the

  1. A) Gerasene demoniac
  2. B) paralytic
  3. C) epileptic boy
  4. D) man with the withered hand
  5. Peacemakers are blessed because they shall
  1. A) obtain peace of mind
  2. B) see God
  3. C) inherit the earth
  4. D) be called the sons of God

1O. “He who hears you hears me, and he who rejects you rejects me …..” The above statement was addressed to

  1. A) the 12 whom He sent out to preach
  2. B) all the disciples, just before the Ascension
  3. C) the 70 whom He sent out to preach
  4. D) all the disciples during the Sermon on the Mount

11.”A great prophet has arisen among us!” and “God has visited his people!” These statements were made during the

  1. A) healing of the centurion’s slave
  2. B) raising of the son of the widow of Nain
  3. C) raising of Tabitha
  4. D) raising of Lazarus
  5. Jesus gave the sign of Jonah to the Pharisees to indicate His
  1. A) three -fold office as Prophet, Priest and King
  2. B) transfiguration and glorification
  3. C) messianic role
  4. D) death and resurrection
  5. The Jews asked Jesus whether they should pay tax or not because they wanted to
  1. A) entrap Him in His talk
  2. B) praise His teaching
  3. C) help Him and His disciples to pay their taxes
  4. D) evade paying taxes
  5. Jesus began to teach His disciples about His suffering, rejection, crucifixion and resurrection after
  1. A) the Transfiguration
  2. B) the healing of blind Bartimaeus
  3. C) Peter’s Confession
  4. D) the encounter at Gethsemane
  1. Pharaoh’s fear for the growth and might of Israel made him to
  2. A) drive the Israelites out of Egypt
  3. B) afflict the Israelites with heavy burden
  4. C) drown Israelites babies in the Nile
  5. D) punish the Israelites with starvation
  1. And he said, “Cast it on the ground”, This instruction was meant to
  2. A) convince Pharaoh to harden his heart
  3. B) showcase God’s mighty power
  4. C) rescue the Jews from bondage
  5. D) change the snake into rod
  1. The discovery of pomegranate and figs at Eschol gave the Spies sent by Moses
  2. A) strength
  3. B) hope
  4. C) disappointment
  5. D) fear
  6. Joshua was chosen to succeed Moses because
  7. A) Moses was very old
  8. B) had now rejected Moses
  9. C) Moses was asked for a successor
  10. D) God’s spirit was with Joshua
  1. Deborah was described as a judge because she
  2. A) predicted the fall of Jabin
  3. B) rescued Israel by killing Sisera
  4. C) prophesied that a woman would kill Sisera
  5. D) fought to free Israel from Canaanite domination

2O. In his preparation for the battle against Sisera, Barak chose his troops from the tribe of

  1. A) Judah and Issachar
  2. B) Zebulun and Naphtali
  3. C) Dan and Benjamin
  4. D) Gad and Asther
  5. “Yet his sons did not walk in his ways but turned aside ajier gains” The “sons” were
  1. A) Jonathan and Abinadab
  2. B) Hophni and Phinehas
  3. C) Joab and Asahel
  4. D) Joel and Abijah
  1. David said at Ziph that Saul would one day die by one of the following means except
  2. A) Being smitten by God
  3. B) dying a natural death
  4. C) perishing in a battle
  5. D) taking his own life
  1. The people of Jabesh gilead honoured Saul by
  2. A) protecting his family from destruction
  3. B) fighting in the Gilboa war
  4. C) paying all their tributes regularly
  5. D) giving him a fitting burial
  1. Solomon’s treaty with Hiram, King of Tyre was meant to
  2. A) protect Israel when at war
  3. B) Build Pithan and store cities
  4. C) help build the temple
  5. D) help establish trade links
  6. “….For the Son of man also came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” This statement was made by Jesus
  1. A) after healing two blind men near Jericho
  2. B) immediately before He told the parable of the householder
  3. C) during the discussion that followed the request by the sons of Zebedee
  4. D) as He was foretelling His crucifixion and resurrection
  1. The statement “this is my beloved son with whom I am well pleased” was heard during Jesus
  2. A) temptation
  3. B) trial
  4. C) crucifixion
  5. D) baptism
  1. “Let it be so now for thus it is fitting for us to fulfil all righteousness”. The righteous act to be fulfilled referred to Jesus’
  2. A) baptism
  3. B) Temptation
  4. C) transfiguration
  5. D) crucifixion
  6. To be recognized as an economic messiah, the devil tempted Jesus to
  1. A) accept the riches of the world
  2. B) jump down from the temple pinnacle
  3. C) bow down and worship him
  4. D) change stones into bread and eat
  1. What happened immediately the devil left Jesus after tempting Him?
  2. A) The satanic Kingdom was overthrown
  3. B) The disciples came to strengthen Jesus
  4. C) God rejoiced and elevated Jesus
  5. D) Angels came and ministered to him

3O. Which of the following themes can be associated with the Lord’s prayer?

  1. A) Love
  2. B) Forgiveness
  3. C) Humility
  4. D) Commitment
  1. The three disciples in whom Jesus frequently confided were
  2. A) Andrew, Peter and Matthew
  3. B) James, Peter and Thomas
  4. C) Peter, James and John
  5. D) Peter,James and Andrew

32.The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead was meant to show his

  1. A) obedience and glory
  2. B) power and love
  3. C) victory over demons
  4. D) victory over death
  1. The man who was compelled to carry the cross of Jesus was
  2. A) Cleopas
  3. B) Barabbas
  4. C) Simon of Cyrene
  5. D) Joseph of Arimathea
  1. Jesus was brought to Golgotha to be Crucified “Golgothat” means a place
  2. A) sacrifice
  3. B) tribulation
  4. C) skull
  5. D) death
  1. Jesus offered salvation to one of the robbers crucified with Him because the robber was
  2. A) Indifferent
  3. B) sympathetic
  4. C) humble
  5. D) repentant
  1. The religious tension at the time of Ahab was a result of
  2. A) Ahab’s marriage to Jezebel
  3. B) Jezebel’s social injustices
  4. C) Jezebel’s introduction of baal
  5. D) Elijah’s pronouncement of drought
  1. “The Lord forbid that I should give you the inheritance of my lathers”. This statement implies that Israelites
  2. A) do not sell inherited property as a gift
  3. B) inherited property cannot be mortgaged
  4. C) do not sell inherited property
  5. D) forbid land transfer of Josiah?
  1. Which of the following personalities witnessed the reforms of Josiah?
  2. A) Hilkiah
  3. B) Isaiah
  4. C) Ezekiel
  5. D) Ezra
  1. Ahab and Gehazi demonstrated the spirit of
  2. A) apostasy
  3. B) selfishness
  4. C) greed
  5. D) treachery

4O.When Nehemiah heard of the poor state of affairs in Judah he immediately

  1. A) left to build Jerusalem
  2. B) became sad and fasted
  3. C) took up arms to fight
  4. D) mobilized resources for reconstruction
  1. King Darius asked men to fear the God of Daniel because he
  2. A) the living God
  3. B) the most Supreme
  4. C) gracious and Holy
  5. D) a loving God
  1. To Amos, Israel’s expectation of the Day of the Lord would be a day of
  2. A) happiness
  3. B) punishment
  4. C) Rejection
  5. D) Forgiveness
  1. To Amos, Israel’s expectation of the Day of the Lord would be a day of
  2. A) happiness
  3. B) punishment
  4. C) Rejection
  5. D) Forgiveness
  1. The prophet whose occupation was the dressing of sycamore trees was
  2. A) Ezekiel
  3. B) Hosea
  4. C) Jeremiah
  5. D) Amos
  1. In the teaching of Hosea, Gomer typifies
  2. A) Canaan
  3. B) Israel
  4. C) Judah
  5. D) Assyria
  1. Pharaoh’s fear for the growth and might of Israel made him to
  2. A) drive the Israelites out of Egypt
  3. B) afflict the Israelites with heavy burden
  4. C) drown Israelites babies in the Nile
  5. D) punish the Israelites with starvation
  1. And he said, “Cast it on the ground”, This instruction was meant to
  2. A) convince Pharaoh to harden his heart
  3. B) showcase God’s mighty power
  4. C) rescue the Jews from bondage
  5. D) change the snake into rod
  1. The discovery of pomegranate and figs at Eschol gave the Spies sent by Moses
  2. A) strength
  3. B) hope
  4. C) disappointment
  5. D) fear
  1. Joshua was chosen to succeed Moses because
  2. A) Moses was very old
  3. B) had now rejected Moses
  4. C) Moses was asked for a successor
  5. D) God’s spirit was with Joshua

5O. Deborah was described as a judge because she

  1. A) predicted the fall of Jabin
  2. B) rescued Israel by killing Sisera
  3. C) prophesied that a woman would kill Sisera
  4. D) fought to free Israel from Canaanite domination
  1. In his preparation for the battle against Sisera, Barak chose his troops from the tribe of
  2. A) Judah and Issachar
  3. B) Zebulun and Naphtali
  4. C) Dan and Benjamin
  5. D) Gad and Asther
  6. “Yet his sons did not walk in his ways but turned aside ajier gains” The “sons” were
  1. A) Jonathan and Abinadab
  2. B) Hophni and Phinehas
  3. C) Joab and Asahel
  4. D) Joel and Abijah
  5. David said at Ziph that Saul would one day die by one of the following means except
  1. A) Being smitten by God
  2. B) dying a natural death
  3. C) perishing in a battle
  4. D) taking his own life
  1. The people of Jabesh gilead honoured Saul by
  2. A) protecting his family from destruction
  3. B) fighting in the Gilboa war
  4. C) paying all their tributes regularly
  5. D) giving him a fitting burial
  1. Solomon’s treaty with Hiram, King of Tyre was meant to
  2. A) protect Israel when at war
  3. B) Build Pithan and store cities
  4. C) help build the temple
  5. D) help establish trade links

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WAEC CRS Essay Questions and Answers

SECTION B (THEORY)

[Themes from the Old Testament]
1. (a) How did\Solomon first apply his wisdom?
(b) In what three ways can God’s wisdom be applied?

  1. (a) Narrate the events leading to Gehazi’s acquisition of leprosy.
    (b) State two lessons that can be derived from the story.

[Themes from the Synoptic Gospels]
3. (a) Highlight the events that took place when Jesus was brought before Caiaphas, the High Priest.
(b) State three consequences of bearing false witness.

[Themes from the Acts of the Apostles, James and I Peter]
4. (a) Outline the teaching of James on partiality.
(b) Give three reasons why Christians should avoid partiality.

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