Religious Conversion as a Form of Religious Contact

Special Issue Introduction



Religious conversion is a phenomenon that has intrigued scholars, theologians, and sociologists for centuries. As the conscious choice of a particular form of religion over another, it is eminently a form of religious contact. Religious conversion may be approached psychologically, sociologically, and conceptually. The contributions of this special issue show all three approaches and cover a wide array of geographical, social, and religious contexts.




How to Cite

Makhani-Belkin, T., Mirshahvalad, M., Papenfuss, M., & Rimestad, S. (2024). Religious Conversion as a Form of Religious Contact: Special Issue Introduction. Entangled Religions, 15(2). Retrieved from