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JAMB CRK/CRS Syllabus 2021 is Out: The C.R.K 2020/2021 JAMB Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Syllabus is aim at preparing candidates for the Board’s examination.

These course objectives are as follows:

1. acquire the knowledge and understanding of the tenets of the Christian faith as contained in the Bible
2. interpret biblical teachings and themes;
3. apply biblical teachings and tenets to life in society;
4. evaluate the level of application of biblical teachings and tenets to life in society.N/B: This Syllabus is divided into Four Consecutive Section:

SECTION A: Themes from Creation to the Division of the Kingdom
SECTION B: Themes from the Division of the Kingdom to the Return from Exile and the Prophets
SECTION C: Themes from the four Gospels and Acts of the Apostles
SECTION D: Themes from selected Epistles

SECTION A:

Themes from Creation to the Division of the Kingdom

1. The Sovereignty of God

Topics:

  • God as Creator and Controller of the Universe (Gen. 1 and 2) cf. Amos 9:5-6; Is. 45:5-12, Ps. 19:1-6

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Define the term ‘sovereignty;
  • Analyse God’s process of creation;
  • Interpret the sequence of creation;
  • Identify man’s role in advancing God’s purpose in creation.

2. The Covenant

Topics:

  • The flood and God’s covenant with Noah (Gen. 6:1-22; 7:1-24; 9:1-17)
  • God’s covenant with Abraham (Gen. 11:31-32; 12:1-9; 17:1-21; 21:1-13; 25:19-26)
  • God’s covenant with Israel (Ex. 19; 20; 24:1-11) cf. Deut. 28:1-19
  • The New Covenant (Jer. 31:31-34; Ezek 36:25-28)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Explain the concept of covenant;
  • Examine the importance and implication of the covenants;
  • Distinguish between God’s covenants with Noah, Abraham and Israel;
  • Distinguish between the old and the new covenants

3. Leadership qualities:

Examples of

  •  Joseph (Gen. 37:1-28; 41:1-57; 45:1-15)
  • Moses (Ex. 1; 2; 3; 4:1-17; 5; 12; Num. 13:1-20; 14:1-19)
  • Joshua (Num. 13:21-33; 27:15-23; Josh. 1:1-15; 6; 7; 24:1-31)
  • Judges (Deborah – Judges. 4:1-24; Gideon: Judges 6:11-40; Samson : Judges 13:1-7, 21-25; 16:4-31)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Examine the circumstances that gave rise to the leadership of Joseph, Moses, Joshua and the Judges;
  • Identify the major talents of these leaders;
  • Assess God’s role in the works of these leaders;
  • Analyse the achievements of these leaders.

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4. Divine providence, Guidance and Protection

Topics:

  • Guidance and Protection (Gen. 24:1-61; 28:10-22; 46:1-7: Ex. 13:17-22; 14:1-4; 10-31)
  • Provision (Gen. 21:14-18; 22:1-14; Ex. 16:1-21; 17:1-7; Num. 20:1-13; 1 Kings 17:1-16)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Identify the different ways by which God guided and protected the people of Israel;
  • Specify how God provided for His people;
  • Identify the different occasions when God provided for Israel.

5. Parental responsibility:

Topics:

  • Examples of
  • Eli and Samuel (1 Sam. 2:11-36; 3:2-18; 4:10-22: 8:15)
  • David (11 Sam. 13; 15:1-29; 18; 19:1-8)
  • Asa (1 Kings 15:9-15; 22:41-44; cf. Deut. 6:4-9; Prov. 4:1-10; 13:1; 24; 22:6; 23:13-14; 31:10-31)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Determine the extent to which Eli, Samuel and David were responsible for the short-comings of their children:
  • Describe how Asa pleased God.

6. Obedience and Disobedience

Topics:

  • Obedience and Rewards:
    Examples of
    (a) Abraham (Gen. 22:1-19)
    (b) Hebrew Midwives (Ex. 1:8-22)
    (c) David (1 Sam. 30:1-20)
  • Disobedience and Consequences:
    Examples of
    (a) Adam (Gen. 2:15-25; 3)
    (b) Collection of Manna (Ex. 16:22-30)
    (c) The Golden Calf (Ex. 32)
    (d) Moses (Num. 20:7-12; Deut. 34:1-6)
    (e) Saul (1 Sam. 10:1-16; 15:1-25; 16:14-23; 31:1-13)

Objectives:

  • Indicate the reasons for their disobedience;
  • Identify the consequences of disobedience

7. A man after God’s own heart

Topics:

  • The early life of David (1 Sam. 16:1-13; 17; 18:17-30; 22:1-5; 24:1-23; II Sam. 2:1-7; 3:1-39)
  • David’s submission to the will of God (I Sam. 26:1-25); II Sam 12:15-25
  • David’s repentance and forgiveness (II Sam. 11; 12:1-15, cf. Ps. 51:130)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Identify David’s childhood experiences;
  • Specify how David submitted to the will of God;
  • Examine the situations that led to David’s sin and repentance;
  • Identify why God forgave David.

8. Decision – Making

Topics:

  • Reliance on a medium (I Sam. 28:3-25)
  • The wisdom of Solomon (I Kings 3:3-28; 4:29-34; 5:1-12; 8:1-53)
  • Unwise policies of Solomon and Rehoboam (I Kings 9:15-23; 11:1-40; 12:1-20)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Identify the source of Solomon’s wisdom;
  • Compare the different ways used by Saul and Solomon in making decisions;
  • Analyse the decisions made by Saul, Solomon and Rehoboan.
  •  Assess the consequences of Solomon and Rehoboam’s unwise decisions.

SECTION B:

Themes from the Division of the Kingdom to the Return from Exile and the Prophets

1. Greed and its effects

Topics:

Examples of

  • Ahab (I Kings 21:1-29; 22:1-40; II Kings 9:30-37)
  • Gehazi (II Kings 5:1-27 cf (Josh 7)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Deduce the meaning of greed;
  • Distinguish between Ahab and Gehazi’s greed;
  • Analyse the consequences of Ahab and Gehazi’s greed.

2. The Supremacy of God

Topics:

  • Religious tension and the power of God on Mount Carmel (I Kings 16:29-34; 17:1-7; 18; 19:1-18)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Assess the religious situation in Israel at the time of Elijah and Ahab;
  • Identify the characters involved in the contest on Mount Carmel
  • Differentiate between God’s power and that of Baal.

3. Religious reforms in Judah

Topics:

  • Cleansing of the Temple (II Kings 22)
  • Renewal of the Covenant (II Kings 23:1-30)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Analyse Josiah’s religious reforms;
  • Determine the reasons for the renewal of the covenant;
  • Assess the significance of the reforms.

4. Concern for Judah

Topics:

  • The fall of Jerusalem (II kings 24; 25:1-17)
  • Condition of Judah (Neh. 1:1-11; Ezra 1:1-11)
  • Response to the state of Judah (Neh. 2; 4:1-23 Ezra 3:4; 5; 6; 7)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Identify the reasons for the fall of Jerusalem;
  • Examine the condition of Judah during the exile;
  • Analyse the people’s response to the call of Nehemiah and Ezra to rebuild Jerusalem
  • Distinguish between Nehemiah and Ezra’s responses to the opposition of their enemies

5. Faith, Courage and Protection:

Topics:

  • Examples of Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego (Dan. L; 3:1-30: 6:1-28)

Objectives: 

Candidates should be able to:

  • Analyse the stories of Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego and Daniel;
  • Determine the occasions in which the four men demonstrated faith;
  • Analyse the effects of the faith of the four men on the Babylonians.

6. God’s message to Nineveh

Topics:

  • Jonah and his message (Jonah 1; 2; 3 and 4)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Analyse the story of Jonah’s call;
  • Describe the consequences of Jonah’s disobedience;
  • Assess the effect of Jonah’s message on the Ninevites;
  • Emulate the example of the Ninevites.

7. Social justice, True religion and Divine love

Topics:

  • Social justice and true religion (Amos 2:6-8; 4; 5:1-25; 6:1-14; 7:10-17; 8:4-14) cf James 1:19-27
  • Divine love and human response (Hosea 1; 2; 3; 4; 6:1-11; 14)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to

  • Determine what true religion is;
  • Identify the ills that led to the call for social justice in Amos’ time;
  • Examine the condition in Israel during Hosea’s time;
  • Analyse Hosea’s portrayal of divine love and human response.

8. Holiness and Divine call

  • (Isaiah 6:1-13; Ezek. 2; 3:1-11; Jer. 1:4-10)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Distinguish the calls of Isaiah, Ezekiel and Jeremiah;
  • Compare the assignments given to these prophets;
  • Determine the need for God’s people to be holy.

9. Punishment and Hope

  • (Jer. 3:11-18; 32:26-35; Ezek. 18; 37:1-14; Isaiah 61)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Describe the situations that led to the punishment of Israel;
  • Identify the conditions for hope;
  • Determine the benefits of restoration.

SECTION C:

Themes from the four Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles

1. The birth and early life of Jesus

Topics:

  • John, the forerunner of Jesus (Lk. 1:5-25; 57-66; 3:1-20; 7:18-35; Mk. 1:1-8; 6:14-29; Mt. 3:1-12: Matt.11:2-19 Jn. 1:6-8; 19-37; 3:22-36)
  • The birth and boyhood of Jesus (Mt. 1:18-25; 2; Lk. 1:26-45:2)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Compare the stories of the births of John and Jesus;
  • Assess the importance of John as the forerunner of Jesus;
  • Describe the boyhood of Jesus

2. The baptism and temptation of Jesus

  • (Mt. 3:13-17; 4:1-11; Mk. 1:9-13; Lk. 3:21-22; 4:1-13)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Determine the meaning and purpose of the baptism of Jesus
  • Enumerate the temptations of Jesus;
  • Examine the significance of the temptations of Jesus

3. Discipleship

Topics:

  • The call of the first disciples (Mt. 4:18 22; 9:9-13; Mk. 1:16-20; 2:13-17; Lk. 5:1-11; 27-32)
  • The demands of discipleship (Mt. 8:19-22; Lk. 9:57-63; 14:25-33)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Identify the first disciples to be called by Jesus;
  • Determine the demands of discipleship

4. Miracles

Topics:

a) Nature miracles

  • Stilling the storm (Mt. 8:23-27; Mk. 4:35-41; Lk.8:22-25)
  • Feeding of the five thousand (Mt. 14:13-24; Mk. 6:30-44; Lk, 9:10-17; Jn. 6:1-13)
  • Walking on the sea (Mt. 14:22-26; Mk. 6:45-52; Jn. 6:16-21)
  • Changing water to wine (Jn. 2:1-11)

(b) Miracles of resuscitation

  • The raising of Lazarus (Jn. 11:1-45)
  • The raising of Jairus’ daughter (Lk. 8:41-42, 49-56; Mk. 5:21-43)
  • The raising of the widow’s son at Nain (Lk. 7:11-17)

(c) Healing miracles

  • The lepers (Mt. 8:1-4; Mk. 1:40-45; Lk. 5:12-16; 17:11-19)
  • The paralytic at the pool (Jn. 5:1-17)
  • The centurion’s servant (Mt. 8:5-13; Lk. 7:1-10)
  • The blind (Jn. 9:1-12; Mk. 10:46-52; Lk. 18:35-43)

(d) Exorcism

  • The Gerasene (Gadarene) demoniac (Mt. 8:28-34; Mk. 5:1-20; Lk. 8:26-39)
  • The epileptic boy (Mk. 9:14-29; Lk. 9:37-43a; Mt. 17:14-21)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Classify the different miracles of Jesus;
  • Indicate the occasion of each of the miracles;
  • Examine the significance of each of the miracles;

5. The Parables

Topics:

  • Parables of the kingdom
    (i) The sower (Mt. 13:1-23; Mk. 4:1-20)
    (ii) The weeds (Mt. 13:24-30; 36-43)
    (iii) The drag-net (Mt. 13:47-50)
    (iv) The wedding garment (matt 22:1-14)
  • Parables about love of God (Mt. 18:12- 14; Lk. 15:1-32)
  • Parables about love for one another (Lk.10:25-37; 16:19-31)
  • Parable about wealth: The rich fool (Lk. 12:13-21)
  • Parables on prayer (Lk 18:2-14)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Classify the different parables of Jesus;
  •  Identify the occasion of each parable;
  • Interpret the meaning of each parable;
  • Give reasons why Jesus taught in parables.

6. Sermon on the Mount

  • (Mt. 5; 6; Lk. 6:17-26)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Analyse the teachings on the Mount;
  • Identify the demands of the Kingdom;
  • Determine the consequences of worldly possessions;
  • Associate the rewards for obedience with the sermon on the Mount.

7. Mission of the disciples

Topics:

  • The mission of the twelve (Mt. 10:5-15; Mk. 6:7-13; Lk. 9:1-16)
  • The mission of the seventy (Lk. 10:1-24)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Distinguish between the mission of the twelve and the seventy;
  • Specify the instructions to the disciples;
  • Assess the outcomes of the missions.

8. The Great Confession

  • (Mt. 16:13-20; Mk. 8:27-30; Lk. 9:18-22)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Analyse the confession by Peter;
  • Identify the occasion of the Great Confession;
  • Examine the significance of the Great Confession

9. The Transfiguration

  • (Mt. 17:1-13; Mk. 9:2-13; Lk. 9:28-36)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Trace the events leading to the Transfiguration;
  • Determine the significance of the Transfiguration to the disciples;
  • Identify the personalities involved in the Transfiguration account

10. The Triumphal Entry and the cleansing of the Temple

  • (Mt. 21:1-17; Mk. 11:1-19; Lk. 19:29-48)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Recount the Triumphal Entry and the cleansing of the Temple;
  • Determine the significance of the Triumphal Entry and the cleansing of the Temple;
  • Examine how the cleansing of the Temple caused hostility towards Jesus.

11. The Last Supper

  • (Mt. 26:17-30; Mk. 14:10-26, Lk. 22:7-23; Jn. 13:2-38)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Trace the story of the Last Supper;
  • Evaluate the significance of the Last Supper.

12. The trials and the death of Jesus

Topics:

  • The trials of Jesus before
    (i) the High Priest (Mt. 26:36-75; Mk. 14:53-72. Lk. 22:66-71)
    (ii) Pilate (Mt. 27:11-26; Mk. 15:1-15; Lk. 23:1-5; 13-25; Jn. 18:28-40; 19:1-16)
    (iii) Herod (Lk. 23:6-12)
  • Crucifixion and burial of Jesus (Mt. 27:32-66; Lk. 23:26-56; Mk. 15:16-47; Jn. 19:17-42)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • Analyse the different trials of Jesus;
  • Describe the crucifixion and burial of Jesus;
  • Deduce the lessons of the death of Jesus.

13. Resurrection, appearances and ascension of Jesus

  • (Mt. 28:1-20; Mk. 16:1-20; Lk. 24:1-53; Jn. 20:1-31; Acts 1:1-11)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • trace the stories of the resurrection, appearances and ascension of Jesus;
  • compare the personalities involved in the stories.
  • analyse the relevance of the resurrection and ascension of Jesus

14. Jesus teachings about Himself

Topics:

  • The Bread of Life and the Living Water (Jn. 4:7-15; 6:25-58)
  • The Light of the World (Jn. 1:4-8; 3:19-21; 8:12 9:1-5; 12:35-36 1 Jn. 1:5-7)
  • The Door the Lamb and the Good Shepherd (Jn 1:29-34; 10:1-18)
  • The True Vine (Jn. 15:1-11)
  • The resurrection (Jn.11:25)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • analyse the different teachings of Jesus about Himself;
  • deduce the reasons for Jesus’ teachings about Himself;
  • interpret the meanings of the symbols used by Jesus about Himself.

15. Love

Topics:

  • God’s love for man (Jn. 3:16-18)
  • Love for one another (Jn. 13:34-35; 15:12-13 cf. I Jn. 4:7-21)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • describe God’s love for man;
  • specify the ways they can love one another;
  • evaluate the significance of love.

16. Fellowship in the Early Church

Topics:

  • Communal living (Acts 1:15-26; 2:41-47; 4:32-37)
  • Problems of communal living and solutions (Acts 5:1-11, 6:1-6)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • identify the reasons for communal living in the Early Church;
  • identify the problems of communal living and their solutions;
  • examine how communal living helped the growth of the Early Church.

17. The Holy Spirit and the mission of the Church

Topics:

  • The pentecost (Acts 1:8; 2:1-41)
  • The mission of the Church (Acts 8:4-40)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • trace the story of the pentecost;
  • examine the significance of the pentecost experience
  • analyse the mission of the Church.

18. Opposition to the Gospel message

Topics:

  • The arrest and imprisonment of Peter and John (Acts 3; 4:1-22; 5:17-42 12:1-24)
  • The martyrdom of Stephen (Acts 6:8-15; 7)
  • Persecution by Saul (Acts 8:1-3; 9:1-2) cf. Gal. 1:11-17
  • Persecution of Paul (Acts 16:11-40;19:23- 41;21:27-36) cf 2 Cor:11:23-33

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • trace the story of the arrest and imprisonment of Peter and John;
  • trace the events that led to the martyrdom of Stephen;
  • describe the role of Saul in the persecution of the Church;
  • evaluate the importance of persecution to the growth of the Church.
  • account for the persecution of Paul.

19. Mission to the Gentiles

Topics:

  • Conversion of Saul 26:9-18)
  • Conversion of Cornelius (Acts 10:1-48)
  • The commissioning and mission of Paul (Acts 13; 14:1-20);
  • The Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15:1-35; Gal. 2:1-21)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • compare the conversions of Saul and Cornelius;
  • analyse the commissioning and mission of Paul;
  • examine the main decisions at the Council of Jerusalem;
  • identify the personalities involved at the Council of Jerusalem;
  •  examine the relevance the main decisions at the Council of Jerusalem;
  • assess Paul’s role in the mission to the Gentiles.

SECTION D:

Themes from Selected Epistles

1. Justification by Faith

  • (Rom. 3:21-24; 5:1-11; 10:1-13)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • interpret the phrase ‘justification’ by faith;
  • identify the basic conditions for justification;
  • determine the fruits of justification

2. The Law and Grace

  • (Rom. 4:13-25; 5:18-21; Gal. 3:10-14; 19-29)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • examine the purpose and significance of the law and grace;
  • identify the place of the Law among the Jews.

3. New life in Christ

  • (Rom. 6:1-4; 12-14; Col. 3:1-17; Gals. 5:16-26; II Cor. 5:16-19; I Thess. 4:1-8; Rom. 12)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • describe the characteristics of the old life;
  • analyse the new life in Christ;
  • identify the conditions of the new life;
  • examine the benefits of the new life

4. Christians as joint heirs with Christ

  • (Gal. 3:23-29; 4:1-7)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

(i) describe how Christians are joint heirs with Christ;
(ii) indicate the benefits of being joint heirs with Christ

5. Humility

  • (Phil. 2:1-11; I Pet. 5:5-11)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • determine the meaning of humility
  • identify the requirements of humility;
  • identify the rewards of humility.

6. Forgiveness

  • (Philemon; II Cor. 2:5-11)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • analyse Paul’s teaching on forgiveness;
  • assess the benefits of forgiveness

7. Spiritual gifts

  • (I Cor. 12; Rom. 12:3-18; I Cor. 14)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • identify the different spiritual gifts;
  • analyse the benefits of spiritual gifts to the individual and the church.

8. Christian Giving

  • (Phil. 4:14-20; II Cor. 8:1-5; 9) Cf. Matt 6:2-4

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • interpret the concept of Christian giving;
  • relate the teachings of Paul on Christian giving.
  • identify the importance of Christian giving

9. Civic responsibility

  • (Rom. 13; I Tim. 2:1-4)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • identify the need for obedience to authority;
  • specify the requirements of good citizenship.

10. Dignity of labour

  • (II Thess. 3:6-15; Col. 3:23-25)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • interpret the concept of dignity of labour;
  • analyse the benefits of labour

11. The second coming of Christ

Topics:

  • The signs of the Coming of Christ (1 Thess. 4:13-18; II Thess. 2:1-12)
  • Preparation for His coming (I Thess. 5:1-11; II Pet. 3:1-13)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • identify the signs of the Second Coming of Christ;
  • specify the preparations for His coming;
  • indicate what will happen during His Second Coming.
  • examine the importance of His coming

12. Impartiality

  • (James 2:1-13) cf. Acts 10:34-35; Matt 7:1-5

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • interpret the concept of impartiality;
  • identify causes of partiality
  • examine the consequences of partiality

13. Effective prayer

  • (James 1:2-8; 4:1-3; 5:13-18) cf.Matt 6:5-13

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • identify the requirements of effective prayer;
  • distinguish between effective and ineffective prayer.
  • identify the importance of prayer.

14. Christian living in the community

  • Interpersonal relationships among Christians (I Pet. 5:1-4; Rom. 12:3-21; 2 Pet. 1:3-11; Heb.13:1-21)
  • Christians living among non- Christians (I Pet. 2:3-25; Rom. 15:1-2)
  • Christian attitude to persecution (I Pet. 1:5-9; 4:1-19; 1 Pet. 3:13-22)
  • Relationship in the Christian family (Eph. 6: 1-9; Col. 3:18-21; I Pet. 3:1-7)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • determine interpersonal relationships among Christians;
  • analyse Christian living among non-Christians;
  • relate Christian attitude to persecution;
  • determine the relationship in the Christian family;
  • examine the importance of maintaining good relationships.

15. Corruption

  • (1 Tim 6:6-11; 2 Tim 3:8; 2 Pet. 1:4-11; James 5:1-6)

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • define the term corruption.
  • identify the causes of corruption.
  • determine the effects and consequences of corruption.
  • identify ways of curbing corruption.

16. Sexual Immorality

Topics:

  • Prostitution (1Cor.6:16-20) cf. Prov.7:10-27;23:27-28
  • Adultery and Fornication (Heb. 13:4, Eph. 5:3-10) cf. Matt 5:28-32;Deut. 22:22; Lev. 20:10
  • Homosexuality (Rom. 1:24-32) cf. Lev.18:21-30; 20:13

Objectives:

Candidates should be able to:

  • identify what constitute sexual immorality.
  • determine the causes of sexual immorality.
  • examine the effects and consequences of sexual immorality.
  • identify ways of curbing sexual immorality.

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