MAN IN A CHANGING SOCIETY
1. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of migration to the cities and towns.
2. a) What changes has money brought to the people in Uganda?
b) Why does the New Testament teach that the love of money is an evil thing?
3. a) How did people spend their leisure time in traditional Africa?
b) Comment on the Bible's teaching on leisure time.
ORDER AND FREEDOM IN SOCIETY
4. a) Briefly explain the African traditional understanding of justice.
b) As a Christian point some of the weakness of traditional justice.
5. a) Give reasons why it is necessary to train leaders.
b) How did King Solomon fail as a leader of Israel?
6. 'In Africa loyalty creates security for the community.
a) With examples, explain the meaning of the statement.
b) Show how Jesus' disciples learnt the meaning of loyalty.
7. a) Give some examples from Genesis to shoe that man's unhappiness is result of man's failure.
b) What is Jesus' teaching on happiness?
8. In Africa, the family has been seen as having its roots in the past generations through the dead. Discuss the role of ancestors in your society.
9. a) Describe how people in traditional society understood success.
b) Show how the New Testament teaching on success differs from traditional one.
MAN AND WOMAN
10. a) What is the traditional understanding of polygamy?
b) From your understanding of biblical teaching about man and woman, show the Christian objections to polygamy.
11. a) Describe the purpose of puberty rituals.
b) Are these puberty rituals still necessary today? Why?
12. Why was marriage so central to the life of your traditional society?
MAN'S RESPONSE TO GOD THROUGH FAITH AND LOVE
13. 'African religious rituals cannot exist without sacrifices'.
a) Explain the importance of sacrifices.
b) Comment on the New Testament teaching about sacrifices.
14. Giving examples, show how the following have tried to flee from or avoid God:
a) Magic and witchcraft
15. In what ways did the Israelites serve God while other nations worshipped idols?
a) What is the meaning and purpose of Ecumenical movements?
b) Show its success in Uganda.