2002 - JAMB CRS Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1
The LORD repented of the evil which He intended for His people because Moses
A
burnt the golden calf which the people made
B
reminded Him of His promiseto Abraham, Isaac and Israel
C
made the people drink of the water of the burnt calf
D
broke the tablets out of his hands
CORRECT OPTION: b
2
According to Prophet Isaiah, the creative ability of God is likened to that of a
A
shepherd and his sheep
B
potter and his earthen vessel
C
ruler and his followers
D
master and his servant
CORRECT OPTION: b
3
Hiram, king of Tyre, was friendly with King Solomon because he
A
loved the wisdom of Solomon
B
loved David, Solomon's father
C
was afraid of war
D
wanted to assist Solomon
CORRECT OPTION: b
REF____2samuel 5:11
4
'David departed from there and escaped ... and when his brothers and all his father's house heard it...' In the statement above, where did David escape to ?
A
the cave of Adullam
B
the wilderness of Engedi
C
the land of Judah
D
Mizpeh of Moab
CORRECT OPTION: a
5
''Go from your country and your kindred and your father's house to the land that I will show you...'' Where was Abram when this command was given?
A
Haran
B
Ur
C
Shechem
D
Bethel
CORRECT OPTION: a
6
Adam named his wife Eve because she was
A
the mother of all living
B
the bone of his bones
C
the one that misled him
D
deceived by the serpent
CORRECT OPTION: a
7
What was the immediate reaction of Moses when he cast his rod on the ground at Mount Hored and it became a serpent?
A
He caught it immediately
B
He shouted for joy
C
He fled from it
D
He took it by the tail
CORRECT OPTION: c
8
The reward for total obedience to the commandments of God is
A
material possessions
B
wisdom
C
life and lenght of days
D
knowledge
CORRECT OPTION: b
9
According to Hosea one of the punishments for the sins of Israel was that
A
the LORD would send famine upon the land
B
their women would become barren
C
they would eat but would not be satisfied
D
they would not receive divine revelation
CORRECT OPTION: a
10
After Nebuchadnezzar had destroyed Jerusalem, he took the inhabitants into exile but left behind the
A
temple guards
B
poorest people
C
noblemen
D
priests
CORRECT OPTION: b
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