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Q1
The meeting of the Christian Council of Jerusalem was chaired by
A
Peter
B
Paul
C
James
D
John
E
Q2
Peter admonished Christians to be sober and watchful in order to avoid
A
temptation
B
God's wrath
C
the devourer
D
damnation
E
Q3
Pete enjoins church Elders to tend the flock of God
A
for gain
B
willingly
C
domineeringly
D
with constraint
E
Q4
The community of believers in Jerusalem exhibited all the following except
A
solemnizing marriage within their circle.
B
continuing daily with one accord in the temple.
C
breaking bread in their homes.
D
praising God and having favour with all people.
E
Q5
Peter advised Christians living among non-Christians to
A
Protect their rights.
B
disregard the alien laws.
C
live exemplary lives.
D
pray for a change of heart.
E
Q6
To James, religion that is pure and undefiled before God means
A
Using one's tongue freely.
B
hearing of the word of God.
C
keeping the law of Moses.
D
Living a life free of stain.
E
Q7
In James' epistle, fulfillment of the royal law is
A
loving all Christian brothers and sisters.
B
loving one's neighbor as oneself.
C
staying away from adultery and murder.
D
Judging under the law of liberty.
E
Q8
James, in his Epistle, says that true religion is
A
hearing the word of God.
B
preaching the word of God.
C
observing one's face in a mirror.
D
visiting orphans and widows and keeping oneself pure.
E
Q9
Peter described Christians as a chosen race of God because they
A
declared God's wonderful deeds in their lives
B
had all become ordained priests of the church.
C
had continued to live their usual lives.
D
had displaced the Jews completely in God's rating.
E
Q10
Peter advised Christians living among non-Christians to
A
protect their rights.
B
disregard the alien laws.
C
live exemplary lives.
D
pray for a change of heart.
E
Q11
In his teaching in Colossians on inter-personal relationships in a household, Paul stressed the
A
reciprocal nature of members' duties.
B
independence of individual members.
C
absolute control to be exercised by husband.
D
wives' total submission.
E
children subordinate position with no strings attached.
Q12
According to Peter, Christians have become ``a chosen race" so that they may
A
be like the gentiles.
B
behave better than the Jews.
C
remain under the curse of law.
D
declare the good works of God.
E
remain in their old life.
Q13
In Thessalonian, any Christian living in idleness should be
A
employed by the church.
B
looked at as an enemy.
C
fed daily by the church.
D
kept away.
E
pitied.
Q14
According to peter, Jesus bore our sins in his body on the cross so that
A
we might die to sin and live to righteousness.
B
he might pray god to forgive those who crucified him.
C
he might free us from persecution.
D
Christians could be free from trials.
E
he could be cleansed of all righteousness.
Q15
According to peter, a Christian should exercise his freedom by
A
doing what is right.
B
claiming his freedom at all cost.
C
using it as a pretext for evil.
D
asserting it without complementary responsibilities.
E
enduring pain while suffering.
Q16

Peter enjoins holy living among Christian because Christ  has left them an example in the following ways except that he

A

suffering without any guilt on his part.

B

forgave those who reviled him.

C

prayed for his persecutors

D

bore the sins of others

E

suffered crucifixion because of his divinity.

Q17

To Christians who live among unbelievers, peter recommends

A

submission to tyranny.

B

freedom from the law.

C

passive resistance. 

D

good conduct.

E

self praise.

Q18

As part of the heritage of calling, Peter enjoined Christians to do all the following except

A

Bearing all their anxieties courageously on their shoulders.

B

the young clothing themselves with humility.

C

humbling themselves under the might hand of God.

D

firmly resisting the devil, conscious of the fact that suffering is part of Christian life.

E

Recognizing that god opposes the proud and gives grace to the meek.

Q19
Paul wrote to the Romans'....there is no authority except from God,and those that exist have been by God' By this statement, Paul meant all the following except that
A
God controls the whole universe,no authority can be an exception.
B
When an authority is obviously anti-christ,it has no claim to legitimacy.
C
All authorities aim at good governance and order;this is in accordance with God.
D
All authorities, like God,reward goodness and punish wrong-doings.
E
Paul believes legitimate authorities are sanctioned by God.
Q20
When Peter advised Christians to abstain from the passions of the flesh,he meant
A
The physical ailment of christians.
B
Christian virtues.
C
Immoral and carnal behaviours.
D
Criminal thoughts.
E
Resort to medical treatment.
Q21
In the first letter of peter, he enjoined christians to uphold all the following principles except
A
Subjection for the Lord's sake,to every human institution.
B
Doing right in order to silence the ignorance of foolish men.
C
Living as free men, yet as servants of God.
D
Love the brotherhood of christ.
E
Use of freedom as a pretext for revolt.
Q22
According to Paul's letter to the Romans, a citizen owes all the following duties to the Government except
A
Payment of taxes.
B
Obeying all good laws.
C
Respect for those in authority.
D
Support for all anti-christian regulations.
E
Attitude of non resistance.
Q23
Which of the following according to Paul, is not the way an idle man should be treated?
A
Have nothing to do with him.
B
Do not feed him.
C
Look at him as an enemy.
D
Warn him as a brother.
E
Do not consider him an enemy.
Q24
"Flesh and God cannot inherit the kingdom of God nor the perishable inherit the imperishable". this statement means that
A
The imperishable puts on the perishable.
B
Immortality puts on mortality.
C
The perishable puts on mortality.
D
Mortality puts on immortality.
E
The imperishable puts on immortality.
Q25
Peter exhorts christian leaders to tend the flock of God with
A
A cheerful and willing spirit.
B
Tact and Strictness
C
A view to making personal gains.
D
A haughty and Proud spirit
E
Good preaching only.
Q26
Which of the follwing is not the manifestation of the man of lawlessness?
A
Power.
B
Signs and Wonders.
C
Wicked deception.
D
Adherence to truth.
E
Belief in falsehood.
Q27
'As obedient children,do not be conformed to the passion of your former ignorance.'This statement in first peter implies
A
Holiness.
B
Alertness of mind.
C
Kindness.
D
Cleanliness.
E
Soberness
Q28
Which of the following, according to peter is not a sign of christian freedom?
A
Giving honour to all men.
B
Love of the brotherhood.
C
Fear of God.
D
Honouring the emperor.
E
Using freedom as a pretext for evil.