1990 - JAMB CRS Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1
The two disciples on the way to Emmaus recognized Jesus
A
before they got to the village
B
when they got to Jerusalem
C
at the breaking of bread while at table
D
while He was teaching
CORRECT OPTION: c
2
Then after fasting and praying, they laid their hands on them and sent them off. The significance of the laying on of hands in this passage is that
A
the church under the guidance of the Holy Spirit initiated the missionary work of Paul and Barnabas
B
the teachers' and prophets' hands conferred authority on Paul and Barnabas
C
Paul and Barnabas were here confirmed Christians and the first apostles
D
the apostles Paul and Barnabas were here ordained priests
CORRECT OPTION: a
3
The reason for the first Apostolic Council in Jerusalem was that
A
Paul's apostleship was in dispute
B
circumcision was enjoined on the Gentiles converts as necessary for salvation
C
the Gentiles were discriminated against at the fellowship meals
D
the widows of the Hellenistic Jews were discriminated against in the daly ministration
CORRECT OPTION: b
4
Before the Areopagus, Paul declared that the ''Unknown God'' was
A
indeed the creator of all
B
truly a fake deity
C
spiritually Jesus Christ
D
a manifestation of the human mind
CORRECT OPTION: a
5
Owing to the uproar in Jerusalem, the Tribune ordered Paul to be examined by scourging changed his mind when he discovered that Paul was
A
an innocent man
B
a Roman citizen
C
a Pharisee
D
a Jew
CORRECT OPTION: b
6
When Paul and his companions were shipwrecked, the soldiers planned to kill the prisoners but the centurion prevented them because
A
they were Roman citizens
B
they would have to account for them
C
he wanted to save Paul's life
D
it was not lawful to kill
CORRECT OPTION: c
7
On arrival in Rome, Paul first addressed
A
Caesar's household
B
the Gentiles
C
the Roman Council
D
the Jewish Council
CORRECT OPTION: d
8
'Be fruitful and multiply.....' This statement occurs first in Genesis following the creation of
A
day and night
B
the earth and the seas
C
living creatures and birds
D
Adam and Eve
CORRECT OPTION: c
9
'.... whoever sheds the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed; the for God made man in his own image .... 'The above passage explains
A
origin of blood revenge
B
prohibition of suicide
C
importance of blood
D
disapproval of violence
CORRECT OPTION: d
10
The four promises of God to Abram were land,
A
greatness, riches and blessings
B
fame, circumcision and many decendants
C
many descendants, greatness and medium of blessings
D
greatness, salvation and blessings
CORRECT OPTION: c
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