UTME CBT FREE Practice Test – Christian Religious Studies


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“At that time shall arise … the great prince has charge of your people…”

In the statement above by Daniel, the great prince refers to _____

A. Michael    B. the Deliverer    C. the Messiah    D. Gabriel.


According to Galatians, Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by ______

A. dying on the cross
B. becoming a curse for us
C. resurrecting from the dead
D. ascending into heaven


‘They have no wine”.

Jesus’ immediate response to the statement above was _____

A. “… draw some out, and take it to the steward of the feast”
B. “…O woman, what have you do to with me?
C. “… Do whatever he tells you”
D. “ … fill the jars with water.


Paul In Timothy urged believers to make supplications, prayers, intercession and thanksgivings for all those who ______

A. have wronged them.   B. are in need.    C. are in authority.    D. have accepted Christ.


Hosea declares that the uprights walk in the ways of the LORD, but transgressors ____

A. stumble in them    B. flee from them    C. scorn them    D. reject them.


Jesus did not go immediately to attend to Lazarus who was reported sick because He ______

A. did not know how serious the sickness was
B. wanted His disciples to believe in Him
C. cared less about Lazarus
D. was too busy attending to other people.


“…. O faithless and perverse generation, how long am I to be with you and bear with you…?”

Jesus’ statement above was addressed to _____

A. the Pharisees because of their hypocrisy
B. the Jews because of their unbelief
C. His own people because they did not give Him honour
D. His disciples because they could not heal.


Two Christian virtues to be learned in the story of the Good Samaritan are ______

A. kindness and fairness      B. justice and humility      C. compassion and humility     D. compassion and mercy


David’s immediate reaction to the news that the hearts of the Israelites have gone after Absalom was to ______

A. mobilize his army.    B. plead with Absalom.    C. weep for Judah.    D. flee to the wilderness.


Amos declared that the Jews who built houses of hewn stone would not dwell in them because they ______

A. swore falsely
B. persecuted the prophets
C. trampled upon the poor
D. worshipped other gods.


According to Peter, the fact that judgement would begin with the household of God means that

A. Christians should court persecution to win glory.
B. the persecution of Christians would be less severe.
C. all must face God's judgement at the last day.
D. avoidance of persecution would lead nowhere.


God commanded the earth to bring forth living creatures according to their kinds on the ____

A. 3rd day   B. 4th day   C. 5th day   D. 6th day.


“…The harvest is plentiful but the labourers are few…”

Jesus made the statement above during the _____

A. commissioning of the seventy others
B. mission of the twelve
C. sermon on the mount
D. triumphal entry


The order of the crucifixion events according to Luke’s Gospel is ____

A. mockery lots casting for His dress, scoffing and crucifixion
B. lots casting for His dress, mockery, scoffing and crucifixion
C. crucifixion, scoffing, mockery and lots casting for His dress
D. crucifixion, lots casting for His dress, scoffing and mockery.


The parable which teaches the need for love for one's neighbour is that of the _____

A. wheat and tares.    B. mustard seed.    C. good Samaritan.    D. sower.


The seeds that fell among the thorns in the parable of the sower refer to people that heard the word of God but ______

A. the criticism of others quenched it.
B. the cares of the world choked it.
C. the evil one snatched it.
D. had no faith to nurture it.


According to Galatians, judgement is without mercy to one who has shown no mercy, yet mercy triumphs over ______

A. judgement.   B. punishment.   C. tribulation.   D. the Law.


King Nebuchadnezzar assembled the satraps, the prefects and the governors to ______

A. tell him his dream
B. send them to the provinces
C. interpret his dream.
D. the dedication of the image


According to Peter, when the chief Shepherd would be manifested, the elders would obtain the ______

A. house of glory     B. crown with stars     C. unfading crown of glory     D. sceptre of authority.


The decision at the Council of Jerusalem laid to rest the issue of _____

A. circumcision before one can be saved.
B. abstaining from unchastity.
C. circumcision of all Gentiles for Christ.
D. abstaining from the pollutions of idols.


Jesus had compassion for the five thousand people fed by Him because they were

A. hungry but had no time to eat
B. like sheep without a shepherd
C. strangers from the country and villages far away
D. poor and had no money to buy food


What did Saul do after his defeat of the Amalekites?

A. He returned to Shiloh.
B. He set up a monument for himself.
C. He offered sacrifices to God.
D. He repented of his sins.


"Now we command you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you keep away from any brother who is living in idleness..."

The statement above was made to teach ______

A. Christian charity    B. justice    C. dignity of labour    D. humility


According to Hosea, God's people are destroyed for lack of _____

A. faith.    B. knowledge    C. patience.    D. wisdom.


In Colossians, Paul admonished believers not to lie to one another because they ____

A. had put off the old nature with its practices
B. had known the truth from the very beginning
C. were waiting for the second coming of Christ
D. were joint heirs with Christ in the kingdom.


The conviction of Jesus by the high priest and the elders was on the ground that He

A. uttered blasphemy
B. healed on the Sabbath day
C. said He would destroy the temple
D. refused to obey Roman laws


“Is not David hiding himself on the hill of Hachilah, which is on the east of Jeshimon?

The report above was made to King Saul by the _____

A. Philistines B. Amalekites C. Ziphites D. Hittites.


In the account of John about the resurrection, Mary was first asked why she was weeping by

A. Jesus   B. two angels    C. the guard    D. Salome


The declaration by God that He would make a nation of the son of the slave woman
meant that He _____

A. did not like the way Ishmael was sent out by Abraham
B. was responsible for sending Ishmael out of Abraham’s house
C. was not partial towards Isaac and Ishmael
D. recognized Ishmael as Abraham’s descendant.


According to Paul, a ruler does not bear the sword in vain but he ______

A. leads men into the way of God
B. executes God’s wrath on the wrongdoer
C. rules as influenced by the people
D. enforces civic duties


“They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we do not know where they have laid him”

What happened immediately after Mary Magdalene made the statement above?

A. The guards were afraid and ran away from the tomb
B. Peter and the other disciples went towards the tomb
C. Two angels appeared to Mary by the tomb
D. Mary stood, weeping outside the tomb


The first and second in the order of hierarchy of spiritual gifts enumerated by Paul are:

A. healers and helpers
B. teachers and workers of miracles
C. apostles and prophets
D. administrators and speakers


“…..for if this plan or this undertaken is of men, it will fail; but if it is of God, you will not be able to overthrow them…..”

Them in Gamaliel’s statement above refers to ______

A. Paul and Timothy    B. Peter and John    C. Peter and the apostles    D. Paul and Silas


Peter and John were arrested and imprisoned because they _____

A. healed a man lame from birth
B. condemned the Pharisees and the Sadducees
C. cursed the high priest
D. were preaching the gospel of Jesus


The disciples celebrated the Passover with Jesus because ______

A. He was going to be betrayed by one of them
B. it was the first day of unleavened bread
C. they had sacrificed the Passover lamb
D. they wanted to keep the Passover feast with Him


The condition Jesus required from Jairus in order to heal his daughter was that he should ______

A. pray and fast
B. not fear but believe
C. put out those weeping in the house
D. repent and confess his sins


Hosea's message to Israel is centered on ______

A. divine punishment.    B. divine love.    C. social justice.    D. the day of judgement.


The LORD said to Moses that the people should gather just a day’s portion of bread so that He might test their _____

A. patience    B. self-control    C. faith    D. obedience


What effect did the sudden death of Ananias and Sapphira have on the early disciples?

A. Great fear gripped them all
B. Apostle Peter was highly respected
C. Many more disciples were won to God
D. The disciples became more united


“... Why then have you not kept watch over your lord the king?...”

The question above by David was addressed to ______

A. Abishai.    B. Abner.    C. Amasa.    D. Joab.


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