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Q1
According to James, Christians who are passing through trials for their faith should
A
quit the faith
B
rejoice
C
fast
D
cry for help
E
Q2
According to James, pure religion combines
A
worship and work.
B
stewardship and worship.
C
faith and work.
D
faith and stewardship.
E
Q3
Paul reminded the Corinthians that the basis of the gospel was
A
Faith.
B
Forgiveness.
C
Death.
D
Resurrection.
E
Q4
James taught that pure religion is a combination of
A
prayer and work.
B
Thanksgiving and sacrifice.
C
Hope and dedication.
D
work and faith.
E
Q5
According to James, faith must be practised with
A
Love.
B
Dedication.
C
Righteousness.
D
Works.
E
Q6
St. Paul's belief in the reality of the resurrection makes him assert that if there were no resurrection then
A
Christians should get their heads examined.
B
Christians' faith is in vain.
C
unbelievers who have died have perished.
D
Christians should not be pitied for their faith.
E
Q7
Paul in Romans, taught that man was justified by his
A
religious outlook.
B
self-righteousness.
C
good deeds.
D
faith in Jesus Christ.
E
Q8
which of the following did not feature in James' teaching on faith without works?
A
Abraham's willingness to offer his only son to God.
B
Rahab's handling of the two spies.
C
The belief by the demons that there is one God.
D
presenting sin offerings to God.
E
Q9
James taught that pure religion is a combination of
A
prayer and work.
B
thanksgiving and sacrifice.
C
hope and dedication.
D
work and faith.
E
Q10
The concept of faith and works, as indicated by James, means
A
practising religion without speaking in tongues.
B
hearing and memorising the word of God.
C
praying in the spirit in readiness for good works.
D
putting into practice what the word of God tells us.
E
Q11
Paul teaches that the law which had served as a custodian has been superseded by
A
tradition of the elders.
B
faith in Christ Jesus
C
baptism of the holy spirit.
D
being Abraham's offspring
E
Q12
James encourages praying with faith for without it
A
working for God is meaningless.
B
all request from God are futile.
C
we shall be subject to reproach.
D
there will be no physical stability.
E
Q13
which of the following conditions did James impose on the gentiles before they could be admitted in to the church?
A
circumcision.
B
Abstinence from the pollution of idols.
C
seeing of vision.
D
Abstinence from eating animals.
E
observance of the sabbath law.
Q14
which of the following example was not given by James on how religious faith should be shown in action?
A
paying visit to orphans and widows in their affliction.
B
making oneself holy and acceptable before god.
C
controlling one's tongue.
D
abstaining from worldly sin.
E
making cash donations to churches and non- religious organization.
Q15
According to James, trials have a salutary effect on Christians because, as a means of testing the faith, they produce in them
A
knowledge of other religions.
B
steadfastness, leading to perfection.
C
adoration of the things of the world.
D
manifestation of humility.
E
resistance to all authority.
Q16
The concept of faith and works as enunciated by James means
A
practicing religion without bridling the tongue.
B
preaching the word of God.
C
observing one's face in a mirror in readiness for good work.
D
hearing and memorizing the word of god.
E
hearing the word and remaining unstained in the world.
Q17
According to Paul in his Epistle to the romans, Christian believes that they descendants of Abraham by
A
faith
B
blood relationship.
C
circumcision
D
keeping the law
E
baptism.
Q18

if Christ were not raised from dead, argues Paul, Christian faith would have 

A

been Undoubtful.

B

been in vain.

C

been guaranteed by Abraham's righteousness.

D

been dependent on grace.

E

ended with this earthly life.

Q19
According to James, to be only hearers of the law is
A
fulfilling the law.
B
practical religion.
C
true worship.
D
deceiving oneself.
E
liberty of faith.
Q20
Paul was thankful to god whenever he remembered philemon in his prayers because of Philemon's
A
determination not to forgive Onesimus.
B
love for and faith in Jesus.
C
lack of appreciation of the value of Onesimus to him.
D
pretended goodness.
E
admiration for his run-away slave.
Q21
In the Epistle of Paul to the Romans, God's promise to Abraham and his descendants was through
A
Hard work.
B
Faith and hardwork.
C
Righteouness and faith.
D
Obedience to the law.
E
Work of righteouness.
Q22
Which of the following is not a sign of true religion?
A
Visiting the orphans.
B
Restraining one's tongue.
C
Keeping one's self unstained with the world
D
Visiting the widows.
E
Being hearers not doers.
Q23
In his letter,James said,"......but be the doers of the word and not hearers only". This advise means that you should
A
Go to church regularly.
B
Pay your tithe regularly.
C
Give alms to the poor.
D
Manifest your faith in good work.
E
Give liberally to the church.
Q24
According to James, pure religion combines
A
Worship and work.
B
Stewardship and faith.
C
Faith and work.
D
Faith and worship.
E
Work and fasting.
Q25
The genuineness of faith according to Peter is tested through
A
Work.
B
Miracles.
C
Prayer.
D
Trials.
E
Fasting