RLST response exam

There are five essay questions on this exam. I am expecting 10-12 sentences for each essay. In these 10-12 sentences, I expect students to write a clear introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Each answer must demonstrate students’ engagement with the assigned readings in a critical manner. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
1. Discuss the article by Ronald Grimes using the following pointers: (reinventingritual.pdf)key argumentsoverview of ritual studies as a disciplinetype of evidence used by the authoryour analysis of the article (points of agreement and points of criticism)2. Discuss the pilgrimage of Wari with reference to the following points: history, when, where, critical analysis of key insights about Pandharpur pilgrimage from Karve’s article and the video. (on the road, Krave.pdf) Video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-HhjDAZ2Vc3. Discuss the Japanese pilgrimage of Shikoku with reference to the following points: when, where, how, critical analysis of key insights from the documentary and the article. (on the road, Krave.pdf) Video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx2QGUxUjoM4. Please review the article by Nancy T. Ammerman (Spiritual but not religious) using the following pointers: main argument/s, type of evidence used, data collection, which sources are used by the author to bolster their point,is the author’s argument convincing? If yes, why? If not, why not? (spiritual but not religious.pdf)Discuss two points of criticism about this article.5. Discuss the emerging alliance between religion and ecology using the two assigned articles by Tucker and by Narayanan. (The emerging alliance.pdf) and (one tree is equal to ten sons.pdf)