7. According to Martin, what are some common definitions of religion? How do each of these simultaneously capture and leave out common elements of religion? 8. Why does Martin reject the “my religion is true” and “religion is a belief system” approaches to the study of religion? 9. What is a hermeneutics of suspicion, and why does Martin adopt it as an approach to the study of religion? Does such “methodological atheism” necessarily rule out or conflict with religious truth claims? Why? 10. According to Martin, what is the difference between studying religion and being religious 11. According to Martin, what is the basic idea behind social constructionism? Why does Martin say that if we use different concepts, we get different results? 12. Discuss Martin’s seven key principles of social constructionism. In detail, discuss what they are, using examples throughout. (Note: this question will likely require a longer answer.) 13. How does essentialism work, according to Martin? What are the problems with essentialism?