Conversion of a continent: contemporary religious change in Latin America
The book brings together twelve original essays that document and explore competing explanations for how and why conversion has occurred.
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Conversion and the Products
Relational Analysis of Religious Conversion
Conversion from AfroBrazilian Religions
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