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Make sure your post is at least 150 words long. two part (please partition each ) with reference

1. Read through the article from Russell McHutcheon on religion in the Week 6 Learning Resources and sections 1-3 of this article on myth (Defining myth, Some background on mythology, Characteristics of myth). Then, relying on these resources, answer the following questions in your own words.

  1. List and describe two problems encountered when studying religion.
  2. Define myth as it is used in the study of religion.How is this different from the definition of myth you already know?

2. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISCUSSIONS: Your contributions should be thoughtful and developed. Answer all parts of the question and use concepts from the course materials. Use a professional style of communication, with attention to grammar, spelling, and typos; cite your sources

THE ACADEMIC STUDY OF RELIGION

To address the following questions, consider the four approaches to religion described in the introduction to this module: exclusivism, inclusivism, pluralism and empathetic interest in other people.

Which of these four approaches do you take in your everyday life, and why?

Describe a friend, acquaintance, or relative whose approach to religion is different than yours. What approach do they take? Given your different approaches, how would you communicate with them about religion?

If you were to take a college class on religious traditions, do you think the academic study of religion might require you to adjust your approach? Explain your answer.

Make sure your post is at least 150 words long. two part (please partition each ) with reference 1. Read through the article from Russell McHutcheon on religion in the Week 6 Learning Resources and sections 1-3 of this article on myth (Defining myth, Some background on mythology, Characteristics of myth). Then, relying on these resources, answer the following questions in your own words.List and describe two problems encountered when studying religion.Define myth as it is used in the study of religion.How is this different from the definition of myth you already know?2. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISCUSSIONS: Your contributions should be thoughtful and developed. Answer all parts of the question and use concepts from the course materials. Use a professional style of communication, with attention to grammar, spelling, and typos; cite your sourcesTHE ACADEMIC STUDY OF RELIGIONTo address the following questions, consider the four approaches to religion described in the introduction to this module: exclusivism, inclusivism, pluralism and empathetic interest in other people.Which of these four approaches do you take in your everyday life, and why?Describe a friend, acquaintance, or relative whose approach to religion is different than yours. What approach do they take? Given your different approaches, how would you communicate with them about religion?If you were to take a college class on religious traditions, do you think the academic study of religion might require you to adjust your approach? Explain your answer.