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Q1
Paul and his associates gave the Thessalonian believers an important example to imitate. This example was to
A
be ready to help the poor always
B
toil, labour and work to earn a living
C
depend on foreign aids for sustenance
D
suffer imprisonment without complaint
E
Q2
Paul, unhappy with high incidence of idleness among the Thessalonians, commanded them to
A
assist those brothers who live in idleness
B
exhort the busy-bodies to leave the church
C
ensure that any one who does not work must not eat
D
regard the lazy ones as enemies
E
Q3
``If anyone would not work let him not eat''. By this statement, Paul implies that
A
work is essential for salvation.
B
there is dignity in labour.
C
hard work is required of all believers.
D
only the hard workers will be edified.
E
Q4
Paul wrote to the Thessalonian about idleness because he learnt that they were
A
among the idlest people in Asia.
B
forcing Christians to work in the church.
C
unwilling to give offerings.
D
expecting the second coming of Christ.
E
Q5
When Paul admoinshed Christians to set their minds on things that are above, he wanted them to concentrate on the
A
things they dream about.
B
necessities of life.
C
will and purposes of God.
D
Imminent coming of our lord.
E
Q6
According to Paul, the sting of Death is
A
life.
B
victory.
C
poverty.
D
sin.
E
Q7
In his metaphor of the body and the function of its different parts, Paul, in Corinthians, emphasizes the individual's
A
rights.
B
rewards.
C
pride.
D
duties.
E
independence.
Q8

St Paul advised the Thessalonians to imitate him in the following ways except.

A

toiling day and night.

B

working with their own hand.

C

keeping away from idleness.

D

relying on others for food.

E

earning a living through hard work.

Q9
Paul was confident that Philemon would grant his request because
A
Philemon was his former slave.
B
His imprisonment would arouse Philemon's sympathy and compliance.
C
Philemon had proved himself a true christian partner.
D
Paul promised to pay back all debts owed by Onesimus.
E
Onesimus has been a faithful servant.
Q10
St.Paul,in his letter to the Corinthians,likened the unity in diversity of the christian church to
A
Rivalry among competing groups in any country.
B
Members of one family engaged in heathen cult.
C
A school community made up of teachers and students,all working for excllence.
D
Different parts of the human body,all contributing to the good of the whole.
E
A community endowed with selfish talents.
Q11
"If any man will not work,let him not eat".This statement summarizes paul's teaching on
A
The dignity of labour.
B
Good citizenship.
C
Impatility.
D
Love.
E
Immorality.
Q12
Which of the following examples from the First Corinthians illustrates christian unity
A
The different position in the church membership
B
Unco-ordinated functioning of the parts of human body.
C
Manifestation of spiritual gifts for the common good.
D
Different parts of the human body working together.
E
The breaking down of racial barriers in christianity.
Q13
'The eye cannot say to the hand:I have no need of you '.Why did paul say this?
A
To teach his audience about the human body.
B
To discourage selfishness.
C
To encourage inter-church relation.
D
To encourage hard work.
E
To enphasise the need for unity among christians.
Q14
"If anyone will not work, let him not eat". By this statement,Paul implies that
A
Work is essential for salvation.
B
Faith alone will provide our needs.
C
There is dignity in labour.
D
Only the workers shall get a reward.
E
Working hard is essential to being a disciple.