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BECE 2009 Religious and Moral Education RME Paper 1

Question 1: Man was the last creation of God because, God wanted him to
A. be satisfied with all that he would need.
B. go round and see all other things he created.
C.  help him name the creatures.
D. produce and fill the earth

Question 2: The Gye Nyame symbol of Akans signifies that God is
A. everywhere.
B. all-powerful.
C. all-seeing.
D. all-loving.

Question 3: Muslims believe that God created the rain in order to
A. give us rivers and fish.
B. make a mighty ocean.
C. sustain plant and animal growth.
D. cool the atmosphere.

Question 4: A lesson from the fall of man is that we should
A. continue to do good.
B. take instructions from people.
C. be obedient to our leaders.
D. love all equally.

Question 5: The Oneness of Allah is known as
A. Tawhid.
B. Shahadah
C. Shirk.
D. Tawaf

Question 6: The two dreams of Joseph focused on
A. apprenticeship
B. kinship
C. leadership
D. leadership

Question 7: The sixth commandment You shall not kill teaches a lesson on
A. respect and fear of God.
B. punishment for those who kill.
C. the respect for human life.
D. man being more valuable than animals.

Question 8: Togbe Tsai gave his jaws to his people as a
A. totem to be worshipped.
B. powerful instrument of divination
C. foundation stone for shrines.
D. present to the king after him.

Question 9: Which of the following traditional festivals is used for cleaning and purification of society?
A. Adae Kese
B. Akwasidae
C. Kundum
D. Odwira

Question 10: Muslims face the east when praying because
A. they believe that Allah is in the east.
B. the sun rises from the east.
C. of the position of the Kabah.
D. the Prophet came from the east.

Question 11: Christians call the Friday on which Jesus was crucified Good Friday because, it
A. marks the beginning of the Easter festivities.
B. is a day on which they fast.
C. marks their redemption from sin.
D. shows the end of Jesus ministry on earth.

Question 12: A traditional chief may be destooled if he
A. becomes a born-again Christian.
B. takes many wives.
C. does not give birth to children.
D. misuses stool property.

Question 13: The immediate cause of Muhammad's departure to Madina was
A. invitation from Yathrib.
B. harsh conditions in Mecca.
C. plan to kill him.
D. desire to spread Islam.

Question 14: The moral significance of most Akans naming ceremonies is
A. bravery
B. patience
C. truthfulness
D. obedience

Question 15: In traditional religion, burying the dead with personal belongings signifies that
A. there is life after death.
B. items are sent to the spiritual world.
C. the death pay their journey.
D. there is hunger in the spiritual world.

Question 16: Most Ghanaians name their children after their ancestors. This act reveals their belief in
A. child birth.
B. reincarnation.
C. destiny.
D. spirit power.

Question 17: Which of the following religious practices is observed by the three major religions in Ghana?
A. Ancestral worship
B. Animal sacrifice
C. Charity
D. Fasting

Question 18: God made man a steward of the earth to
A. take care of the environment.
B. control all living things.
C. feed himself and others.
D. name all creatures.

Question 19: The washing of feet, hands and face by Muslims before prayers is known as
A. janabah
B. nifas
C. wudu
D. janazah

Question 20: Which of the following were not among the twelve disciples?
A. Matthew and James
B. Simon and Andrews
C. Peter and John
D. Paul and Barnabas

Question 21: To respect the views of others, one has to be
A. honest
B. tolerant
C. calm
D. patriotic

Question 22: Greetings portray an individual as being
A. gentle and obedient.
B. God fearing and friendly.
C. lovely and sincere.
D. respectful and polite.

Question 23: The proverb tasty soup draws seats means
A. it is good to be nice to people.
B. parties should be well organized.
C. good dishes are always enjoyable.
D. one should learn to cope with difficulties.

Question 24: A person who is sincere and upright in his ways is said to be
A. generous
B. honest
C. tolerant
D. grateful

Question 25: Good behaviour pattern approved by society is known as
A. loyalty.
B. patriotism.
C. moral value.
D. truthfulness.

Question 26: Rendering an apology for a wrong done shows one as being
A. sincere.
B. God-fearing.
C. repentant.
D. comporting.

Question 27: Children who are obedient and live good moral lives are
A. hailed in society.
B. always successful.
C. promoted in school.
D. bright in school.

Question 28: Capital punishment is meant to
A. rehabilitate offenders.
B. deter others.
C. avenge a crime.
D. compensate victims.

Question 29: According to Jesus, the summary of the ten commandments is
A. love for God and one's neighbour.
B. obedience to parents and the elderly.
C. observing the Sabbath and keeping it holy.
D. worshipping only God and not gods.

Question 30: Society expects us to perform good deeds in order to
A. avoid failure in life.
B. help avoid laziness.
C. make people responsible.
D. promote peace and unity.

Question 31: A child who does not want the mother to sleep will not sleep either. This implies that our wrong deeds
A. affect us only
B. affect us and others
C. make the mother restless
D. make us unable to sleep

Question 32: The spirit of patriotism is best shown by the youth of
A. Young's People's Guild
B. Pentecost Youth Ministry
C. Asafo Company
D. Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth

Question 33: Which of the following can be noticed in those who use drugs?
A. Quick response to questions in class
B. Disrespect for authority
C. Poor relationship with friends
D. Involvement in communal activities

Question 34: One civic responsibiiity of a citizen is to
A. expose wrongdoers in the community.
B. be willing to accept correction.
C. respect traditions of the community.
D. look after the poor in the community

Question 35: Repentance for one's wrong action is necessary because it
A. demonstrates the fear of God.
B. makes one live long.
C. repairs broken relationship.
D. leads to better understanding.

Question 36: In the family system, an aunt is
A. a brother's sister.
B. an uncle's daughter.
C. a grandparent's sister
D. a father or mother's sister.

Question 37: One way of living a chaste life is to avoid
A. talking to the opposite sex.
B. casual sex.
C. challenging authority.
D. hard drugs.

Question 38: Privileges can be earned by showing that one is
A. intelligent.
B. decent.
C. trustworthy.
D. hospitable.

Question 39: Story telling is an important event in a traditional home because it
A. makes children creative.
B. teaches moral values.
C. keeps children awake.
D. brings people together.

Question 40: A pupil who is committed to his school will always
A. be obedient to his parents and learn hard.
B. love his teachers and wash their cloths.
C. buy gifts for his school when leaving.
D. be punctual and do his preps.

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