UTME CBT FREE Practice Test – Christian Religious Studies


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David’s inaction at Amnon’s incest with Tamar showed his

A. ability to forgive as a leader.
B. wisdom and strength of character.
C. lack of control over his children.
D. excessive love for Amnon.


Is it not the rich who oppress you, is it not they who drag you into court?" James asked this question in his teachings on _____

A. humility    B. impartiality    C. loyalty    D. citizenship


“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.


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.


The second coming of Jesus Christ according to Paul, will be preceded by the coming of

A. Elijah the prophet
B. John the Baptist
C. the man of lawlessness
D. the man of righteousness


‘Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus…’

This mind in Paul’s statement above means a mind of _____

A. faith    B. humility    C. prayer    D. holiness


According to John, Jesus said the work of God is ______

A. preaching the gospel
B. healing the sick
C. feeding the hungry who are in need
D. believing in Him who he had sent


According to Paul, Christians should forgive one another so that _____

A. Satan may not gain advantage over them
B. their prayers may be heard
C. God may forgive them
D. they may not perish in sin


According to Romans, all who have sinned
and fallen short of the glory of God will be justified by

A. works of the law
B. the worship of God through Christ
C. God's grace as a gift
D. being at peace with God


God promised to send bread from heaven to the people of Israel, so as to see if they would ______

A. walk in His law      B. remain stubborn     C. return to Egypt     D. feel satisfied


How did Joshua react to the defeat of the Israelites by the men of Ai?

A. He prayed to God
B. He rent his clothes
C. He consulted the priest
D. He fasted all day.


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


“…. 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.


What did Paul advise the Philippians to manifest as a virtue of humility?

A. Counting others as better than themselves.
B. Counting others equal to them.
C. Regarding themselves as superior to others.
D. Taking the lowest seat in a gathering.


“Take away all iniquity; accept that which is good….”

What was the iniquity Hosea was referring to in the statement above?

A. Adultery    B. Ignorance    C. Idolatry    D. Injustice


At Shechem, God appeared to Abram and told him that _____

A. the land would be given to his descendants.
B. he should continue on his journey southwards.
C. he should leave his country.
D. he should settle there with his descendants.


After the great confession by Peter, Jesus charged the disciples to _______

A. tell no one that He was the Christ
B. go away from the crowd to rest
C. announce that the kingdom of heaven had come
D. beware of the leaven of the Pharisees


The consequence of King Solomon’s failure to keep the Lord’s commandment was ______

A. the disloyalty of his subjects
B. the rebellion of the vassal states against his rule
C. the loss of God’s favour
D. God’s promise to tear away part of the Kingdom.


Paul described the gifts he received from the Philippians as ______

A. peace offering    B. pleasing to God    C. treasure in heaven    D. free-will offering.


Paul considered the Philippians' gifts to him as

A. a duty they owed him
B. indispensable to his life
C. an exhibition of Christian maturity and generosity
D. a fragrant offering and a sacrifice acceptable to God.


Saul retied on a medium because God did not answer him through

A. dreams, urim and prophets.
B. lyre, urim and prophets.
C. dreams, visions and prophets.
D. inspiration, tambourines and prophets.


Nehemiah in exile functioned as the king’s ______

A. guard    B. secretary    C. cupbearer    D. adviser


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


One of King Solomon’s unwise policies was the _______

A. use of forced labour to build the house of God
B. signing of treaties with the kings of the surrounding nations.
C. incessant fighting of wars against his enemies
D. making of sacrifices in high places


At Pentecost, Peter explained that God has promised to pour out His Spirit on all

A. Gentiles    B. the God fearing     C. the believers.     D. flesh


In Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians, believers were admonished to prepare for the Second Coming of Christ by _____

A. encouraging idlers to work hard
B. preaching peace and tolerance
C. keeping awake and being sober
D. praying and fasting.


The appointment of deacons became necessary because of the complaint by the _______

A. Pharisees.   B. Sadducees.   C. Gentile converts.   D. Hellenists.


After the mission of the seventy, Jesus declared that He had given them _____

A. the gift of knowledge of the word
B. authority over all the power of the enemy.
C. power over the Roman authorities
D. the gift of healing.


Why did David spare the life of King Saul at Ziph?

A. Saul was anointed by God
B. Saul was a fellow Israelite
C He did not want to shed blood
D. He was Saul's son in-law


Moses sent men to spy out the land of Canaan in order to ______

A. measure the entire land
B. share out the land
C. know if it was good or bad
D. know if it was flowing with milk and honey



According to Romans, as one man’s trespass led to condemnation for all, so will one man’s act of righteousness lead to ______

A. sanctification and life for all men
B. salvation and new life for all men
C. justification and hope for all men
D. acquittal and life for all men


“ … but he who enters by the door is the shepherd of the sheep …”

The door in the statement above refers to _____

A. Jesus    B. the gospel    C. Peter    D. the law.


The sins of Israel during the reign of Ahab consisted of ______

A. worship of idols.
B. desecrating the Temple.
C. worship of the King.
D. trampling upon the poor.


“To you I will give all this authority and their glory; for it has been delivered to me, and I give it to whom it will……”

This statement was made during the ______

A. ascension of Jesus
B. triumphal entry into Jerusalem
C. sermon on the mount
D. temptation of Jesus


The ark of the covenant brought before Israel and King Solomon contained

A. the rod of Moses
B. the image of a serpent
C. the law of Moses
D. two tablets of stone


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


What effect did the death of Ananias and Sapphira have on the Early Church?

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


What did King Josiah do to the altar that was erected by Jeroboam at Bethel?

A. He removed its items
B. He broke its stones into pieces
C. He burnt it down
D. He rained curses upon it


In the days of Uzziah, Isaiah saw a vision concerning ______

A. Samaria and Judah
B. Judah and Jerusalem
C. Samaria and Jerusalem
D. Judah and Israel


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


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