Exam Time: Wednesday, 2nd September 2020
Christian Religious Studies 2 (Essay) 9:30 am � 11:30 am
Christian Religious Studies 1 (Objective) � 11:30am � 12:30pm


Islamic Studies 2 (Essay) � 9:30am � 11:30am
Islamic Studies 1 (Objective) � 11:30am � 12:30pm



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(i) He started by exalting God saying “there is no God like you in heaven above or on earth beneath, keeping covenant and steadfast love for your servants who walk before you with all their heart.
(ii) He reminded God of the covenant He kept for David, �that the throne of Israel will always be sat upon by his successor
(iii) He asked God to confirm His words, which He promised his father, David.
(iv) He asked God to regard his prayer and his plea
(v) He asked God for forgiveness
(vi) He asked God to act and judge His servants who comes forward to swear an oath, condemning the guilty by bringing their conduct on their own head, and vindicating the righteous by rewarding them according to their righteousness.
(vi) He asked God to listen to the children of Israel when they plead for forgiveness of their sins
(vi) He asked God to also hearken to foreigners in Israel who calls upon Him.
(vii) He asked God to hear the people of Israel during the time of battle against their enemies.
(viii) He asked God grant compassion in the sight of Israelite’s captors, so that they may have compassion on Israelites when captured.

(i) By identifying and providing peculiar needs of their society
(ii) By building industries and productive infrastructure capable of creating employment opportunities
(iii) By committing resources to the improvement of human capital through scholarships and grants

The call of the first disciples has it that Jesus was walking by the sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers Simon who is called Peter and Andrew his brother casting a net into the sea and He said to them “follow me and I will make you fishers of men”. Immediately, they left their net and followed him. Going a little bit further from there, he saw James and John, the sons of Zebedee mending their nets with their father in the boat. He called them and they followed him.

(i) Quest for material things
(ii) Trial and persecution
(iii) Sins of the flesh


In the evening of the day of crucifixion, a rich man called Joseph of Arimathea who was also a disciple of Jesus went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus. Pilate ordered that the body of Jesus be given to him. Joseph therefore, took the body of Jesus and wrapped it in a clean linen and laid it in his own new tomb. He rolled a great stone at the entrance of the tomb and departed. Mary Magdaline and the other Mary were there sitting opposite the Sepulchre.

(i) Spending too much money on food and drink to entertain people after the burial.
(ii) Buying expensive casket
(iii) Money spent in depositing the corpse in a mortuary.= ===============================


James taught us to pray for one another, especially when any is afflicted. Affliction is often sickness; other times it may be trouble, trials of faith, false accusation, persecution, or anything that might try the child of God. The remedy that James suggested for all these things was prayer.
James taught that one must call for the elders, or ministers, of the church when one is sick. He said they would anoint the sick ones with oil and pray over them, and the prayer of faith would save the sick, and the Lord would raise him up. He said that if the sick person was a sinner, God would forgive his sins, also.
James knew that for one to have his prayers answered he should be clear before God and man. That is why he said to confess our faults one to another, then to pray one for another.
Not all sinners who receive healing have their sins forgiven, but if they were to confess as James said, the Lord would certainly forgive. Prayer by righteous men can avail much, but there must also be a faith on the part of the one being prayed for.
But his point is that whether your need is physical or spiritual, prayer is very powerful. In other words if we have been justified by faith, we stand before God with a righteousness that is not our own. If you think that you can approach God through your righteousness, you do not understand the gospel. The gospel shuts us all up under sin, showing that our own righteousness will never satisfy God�s holy.

(i) It is a way of communicating with God
(ii) Through prayer, Christian faith in God is strengthened







Bismillah Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem
Qul a’udhu bi Rabbi-n-nas
Alladhi yuwaswisu fi suduri-n-nas
Min al-jinnati wa-n-nas

Sahih Bukhari
Sahih Muslim
Sunan al-Nasa’i
Sunan Abi Dawud
Jami` al-Tirmidhi
Sunan ibn Majah

Ṣaḥīḥ al-Bukhārī ( Arabic : ﺻﺤﻴﺢ ﺍﻟﺒﺨﺎﺭﻱ ) is one of the Kutub al-
Sittah (six major hadith collections) of Sunni Islam , compiled by
Persian scholar Muhammad al-Bukhari . It was completed around
846 CE / 232 AH.


Tayammum is the Islamic act of dry Ritual purification using a purified sand or dust, which may be performed in place of ritual washing (wudu or ghusl) if no clean water is readily available or if one is suffering from moisture-induced skin inflammation or scaling.

(i) Finding a piece of ground which is free of najaasah (unclean elements). This could be any surface that naturally collects dust like rock or sand.[contradictory]
(ii) Mentally make niyyah, or intention to make tayammum.
(iii) Recite the bismillah.
(iv) Place the hands on the surface of the ground.
(v) Lift your hands and ensure that there is no dust on your palm surface by hitting your hands together.
(vi) Rub your face with both your hands. The face encompasses the right ear to the left, and the top of the forehead to the bottom of the chin
(vii) Rub your hands with one another
Shari’ah is an Islamic religious law that governs not only religious rituals but also aspects of day-to-day life in Islam.

(i) Qur’an
(ii) Consensus
(iii) Sunnah
(iv) Legal reasoning

(i) Quran is the word of Allah that was revealed in Arabic to prophet Muhammad who is the last prophet as stated clearly in the Qur’an.
(ii) The sunnah refers to the habits, practices, words, and decisions of the Prophet Muhammad in Sunni Islam, and of the Prophet


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