MAN IN A CHANGING SOCIETY
1. a) Give four examples to show how work was communal traditional African society. Explain each of these examples.
b) Show the ways in which communal work has changed modern African society.
2. a) In what ways has the coming of Christianity changed religious practices and beliefs of the African people.
b) Give five points to show how God's covenant with Moses on Mount Sinai changed the religious life of the Israelites.
3. a) Explain why being idle is a wrong way of spending free time.
b) From your knowledge of the life and teaching of Jesus how best should a Christian spend his free time?
ORDER AND FREEDOM IN SOCIETY
4. a) Show how communal life in traditional African society helped to create order and justice.
b) In what ways does the Christian teaching on order and justice help us to live in our present individualistic society?
5. a) What did Jesus teach about leaders as servants?
b) Is this teaching of Jesus being followed by church leaders in Uganda today? Give reasons for your answer.
c) Mention ways in which traditional African leaders were expected to serve their people.
6. 'Then render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's and God the things that are God's'. (Luke 20:25)
a) What problems do Christian leaders in Uganda face trying to follow this teaching?
b) Give the problems of divided loyalty that an African Christian faces in trying to follow this Christian teaching?
7. a) According to young people, what things about happiness in life?
b) In what ways is this different from Christian teaching on happiness?
c) Explain the traditional African idea of happiness.
8. a) Show the (i) similarities and
(ii) Differences between Christian and traditional African beliefs about life after death.
b) What influence does Christian belief in life after death have on their behavior?
9. a) Explain the Christian teachings on success.
b) How do the differ from:
i. The traditional African views of success?
ii. The modern views of success?
MAN AND WOMAN
10. a) Give reasons why polygamy was accepted in traditional African society.
b) Mention the problems that African Christian men face in trying to follow the system of 'one man, one woman'.
11. a) What does the Christian faith teach on the equality of men and women?
b) Is the Christian teaching about the equality of men and women being practiced in the church in Uganda? Give reasons for your answer.
12. Show the:
i. Similarities and
ii. Differences between the traditional African and the Christian systems of courtship.
MAN'S RESPONSE TO GOD THROUGH FAITH AND LOVE
13. a) "Africans are notoriously religious". Explain this statement.
b) What are the major aspects of traditional African religion that are found in the Christian religion?
14. a) What factors tend to make people forget or run-away from God, in Uganda today?
b) Explain whether or not traditional Africans faced similar situation.
c) What should a Christian do to remain faithful to God in this situation?
15."Church leaders should actively participate in politics".
a) What points can be put forward to support this statement?
b) Give reasons why Christians may not wish church leader to participate in politics.