UTME CBT FREE Practice Test – Christian Religious Studies (Questions with Answers and Explanations)

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“What have you to do with us O son of God? Have you come here to torment us before the time?”

This statement reveals that the demoniacs in the country of the Gadarenes ______

A. recognized the supreme power of Jesus
B. wanted to question Jesus’ authority
C. were threatened by the power of Jesus
D. did not expect Jesus to come to them at that time


According to Jeremiah, the role of the shepherds which God will give to His people is to _____

A. feed the people with knowledge and understanding
B. heal the guilt of the people
C. gather the scattered children of Israel together.
D. lead them to greener pastures


According to Luke, Jesus healed the epileptic boy by ______

A. touching the boy.
B. binding the evil spirit in him.
C. rebuking the unclean spirit.
D. telling the boy to have faith.


At the country of the Gerasenes, Jesus

A. raised Jairus' daughter from the dead
B. healed the centurion's servant
C. raised the widow's son from the dead
D. healed the man who had demons


Paul, writing to the Philippians, said that God highly exalted Christ and bestowed on Him the name which is above every name because He was

A. both God and man
B. the Son of God
C. obedient and humble
D. the saviour of mankind


According to Luke, the mandate given to the twelve at their commissioning was to ______

A. rid the entire region of Galilee of evil spirits
B. preach the gospel to the poor
C. preach the kingdom of God and to heal
D. go about doing good to all people


Jonah’s explanation to the LORD for resisting His first call teaches us that GOD is _____

A. quick to anger.   B. not sincere in His call.   C. repentant of evil.   D. no ready to act fast.


“The ark of the God of Israel must not remain with us …”

The Philistines who made the statement above were anxious to get rid of the ark because

A. their women were becoming barren.
B. they could not handle it
C. the Israelites had mustered forces against them.
D. the hand of God was heavy upon them.


According to Paul, the second coming of Christ will take place ______

A. after the reign of the saints.
B. in our life time.
C. suddenly and unexpectedly.
D. when sin shall be no more.


According to Peter’s speech on the day of the Pentecost, God made Jesus ______

A. Lord and King     B. holy and mighty     C. both Lord and Christ     D. overcome death and sin


According to James, what does God promise those who love Him?

A. Eternal life    B. Abundant blessing    C. Honourable position in life    D. Heirs of the kingdom


The wisdom of God is necessary for salvation, hence James teaches that Christians should

A. ask for it when they can
B. endure all trials to get it
C. ask in faith to get it
D. claim it as a right


The ark that God commanded Noah to build was made of _____

A. cedar wood. B. cypress wood. C. acacia wood. D. Gopher wood.


The woman with the flow of blood touched the garment of Jesus because

A. the crowd could not allow her to speak to Jesus
B. she believe that she would be made well
C. she had heard the reports about Jesus
D. she had suffered much under many physicians.


“Is it because there are no graves in Egypt that you have taken us away to die in the wilderness?”  This question was asked by the Israelites when

A. they were hungry in the wilderness
B. there was no water for them to drink
C. the spies brought evil reports about Canaan
D. the Egyptians marched after them


According to Peter, Christians who suffer according to the will of God will receive _______

A. forgiveness    B. blessing    C. the Holy Spirit   D. the Crown of Glory


In interpersonal relationships, Paul advises believers to ______

A. emulate his good gesture
B. obey the law of Moses
C. think with sober judgment
D. think of others first


The angel told Zachariah that John the Baptist would drink no wine nor strong drink because he would _____

A. only eat locusts and wild honey
B. be the forerunner of Jesus
C. baptize sinners who would come too Him
D. be filled with the Holy Spirit.


According to Paul in his letter to Philemon, forgiveness should not be by compulsion but by ______

A. free will.    B. His grace.    C. justification.   D. faith.


When Christians give freely, God will supply ______

A. their needs according to the measure they give.
B. their needs day by day.
C. only for those that give.
D. their needs according to His riches in glory.


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.


Paul advised Christians in Thessalonica to keep away from any brother who is ______

A. very stingy in giving.   B. living in idleness.   C. living in sin.   D. not proclaiming the gospel.


According to Matthew, the first two disciples to be called by Jesus were

A. Peter and Andrew
B. Peter and John
C. James and John
D. James and Andrew


“…Do not forsake her, and she will keep you; love her, and she will guard you…..”

 

Solomon’s statement above is in reference to _______

A. Intelligence    B. wife    C. knowledge     D. wisdom


At the confirmation of the covenant, after Moses had addressed the people, they answered and said, ______

A. “we are going to obey the LORD our God”
B. “the LORD is our God, we shall obey Him”
C. “all the words which the LORD has spoken we will do”
D. “we shall keep all the commandments of God”


“Father Abraham, have mercy upon me, and send Lazarus …”

Abraham could not grant the rich man’s request above because ______

A. his dogs used to lick Lazarus’ sores.
B. he had no pity on the rich man.
C. there was a chasm between them.
D. the rich man lived in luxury while on earth.


In the explanation of the parable of the weeds, Jesus said that the righteous will _____

A. enter into glory with the son of man
B. live forever in the kingdom of God
C. shine like the sum in theirs is the kingdom Father
D. be set aside from all causes of sin.


According to the Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians, when God reconciled believers to Him through Christ, He gave them the ______

A. ability to sin no more.
B. grace to be His friends.
C. ministry of reconciliation.
D. world to protect.


On the third day of their capture of the Ark of God, the Philistines discovered that _______

A. Dagon had disappeared from its place
B. Dagon, their god, had fallen and broken to pieces
C. the Ark had swallowed Dagon, their god
D. the Ark had been standing on Dago


In order to fulfill the Law of Moses, Jesus told the leper He had been healed to go and _____

A. show himself to the priest
B. proclaim the good news
C. make sacrifice to God
D. show himself to his household.


“……..Just so, I tell you, there is joy before the angels of God over one sinner who repents”.

Jesus made this statement after telling the parable of the ______

A. dishonest steward    B. prodigal son    C. lost coin    D. lost sheep


“….The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge….”

The parable above in the land of Israel means that ______

A. parents are punished for the sins of their children
B. children are punished for the sins of their parents
C. parents are punished for the sins of their grandparents
D. great grandchildren are punished for the sins of their forefathers


Solomon’s wisdom surpassed the wisdom of all the people of the East and all wisdom of Egypt because he ______

A. judged difficult cases.
B. got his wisdom from God.
C. prayed and fasted daily.
D. employed the service of seers.


The response of Eli after Samuel had told him the Lord’s message as regards his sons’ acts of blasphemy was that _____

A. He was the LORD, and should do what pleased Him
B. he would call them and rebuke them
C. sacrifice would be offered on their behalf
D. God should have mercy on them


Elijah decreed that there would be neither rain nor dew for three years because _______

A. Nebat the son of Rehoboam connived with Ahab to kill him
B. Ahab had forsaken the commandment of God by erecting an altar for Baal
C. Jezebel the wife of Ahab killed Obadiah
D. He was sure that he would be fed by the ravens


According to Romans, justification is by faith through ______

A. works of righteousness
B. redemption in Christ
C. being filled with the Holy Spirit
D. obedience to the law.


The condition Peter gave for a person that would replace Judas Iscariot was he must be _____

A. a Galilean
B. a disciple of John the Baptist
C. full of faith
D. a witness to Jesus’ ministry.


‘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.


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.


What were the Israelites asked to do before meeting with God on Mount Sinai?

A. To touch the border of the mountain
B. To be consecrated and have their garments washed.
C. To fast and have their feet washed
D. To fast, pray and be consecrated


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