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WAEC questions for "Christian Religious Knowledge :: Parental Responsibility"
Q1
On matters of parental responsibility, Samuel could not be commended because he
A
made his children judges instead of priests
B
wanted his children to succeed him
C
did nothing to stop his children immoral behaviours
D
did not care what happened to Israel after his death
E
Q2
Eli, the priest in Shiloh, was condemned because he
A
allowed his children to deprive God of his share of sacrifice
B
allowed the Ark of God to be taken to the battle field
C
did not take God's message through Samuel seriously
D
officiated at the temple without the assistance of the prophet
E
Q3
" The Lord forbid that I should give you the inheritance of my fathers". The inheritance referred to here is
A
birthright
B
the world
C
the kingship
D
a vineyard
E
Q4
A good example of parental responsibility was demonstrated by
A
Asa
B
Jeroboam
C
Joel
D
Rehoboam
E
Q5
Prophet Samuel had two worthless sons called
A
Joel and Abihu.
B
Nadab and Abihu.
C
Joel and Abijah.
D
Abijah and Nadab.
E
Q6
A good example of parental responsibility was demonstrated by
A
Samuel.
B
Eli.
C
David.
D
Asa.
E
Q7
The Israelite rejected the rule of Samuel's sons because they
A
took bribe and perverted justice.
B
lay with the woman at the altar.
C
took the sacrifice of God with contempt.
D
ran away from God.
E
Q8
``It is the lord, let him do what seems good to him". These were the words of
A
Saul.
B
Samuel.
C
Moses.
D
Eli.
E
Q9
The two worthless sons of Samuel were
A
Joel and Abihu.
B
Nadad and Abihu.
C
Joel and Abijah.
D
Gershem and Abijahi.
E
Q10
Which of the following practice was not associated with the sons of Eli?
A
forceful taking of raw sacrificial meat.
B
Total disregard of the advice of worshipers.
C
Treating the offering of the lord with contempt.
D
Having great regard for the word of their father.
E
Q11
The sons Eli who demanded raw meat during sacrifice were condemned for
A
eating raw meat.
B
taking it by force.
C
treating the lord's offering with contempt.
D
behaving arrogantly before the lord.
E
Q12
Eli, the priest of God in Shiloh died mainly because
A
the priesthood would be taking away from his famaily.
B
the ark of was caputured.
C
the ark of God was destroyed.
D
his too son were killed in battle.
E
Q13

Eli's lack of parental responsibility led to all the following except

A

institution of the monarchy in Israel.

B

collapse of Eli's priestly image.

C

decision defeat of Israel by the Philistines.

D

death of Hophni and Phinehas.

E

capture of the art of the covenant.

Q14
Eli, the priest in Shiloh, was condemned because he
A
allowed his children to deprive god of his share of the sacrifice.
B
allowed the ark of to be taken to the battle field.
C
did not allow his children to officiate at the sanctuary.
D
officiated at the temple without the assistance of the prophet.
E
did not take god's message through Samuel serious.
Q15
Eli's lack of parental responsibility led his sons into doing all the following except
A
Taking their choice meat raw.
B
Behaving violently against the worshippers.
C
Treating the Lord's offering with respect.
D
Regarding themselves as supperior to God.
E
Paying little regard to the voice of their father.
Q16
Which of the following was responsible for the misdeeds of the sons of Eli
A
Their own stupidity.
B
Their father's lack of parental responsibility.
C
The tempting situation under which they grew up.
D
Their lack of religious and moral education.
E
The absence of prophesy in Israel.
Q17
The Israelites rejected the sons of samuel from judging them because they
A
Took meat with fat.
B
Desecrated God's alter.
C
Laid with women at the alter.
D
Took bribes and perverted justice.
E
Took meat forcefully from worshippers.
Q18
Asa, the king of Judah, did what was right in the eyes of the Lord because he
A
Completed the building of the temple.
B
Removed the high places.
C
Built the city fortress.
D
Built the city gates.
E
Put away the male cult prostitutes.