Religious conversion is the adoption of a new religious identity, or a change from one religious identity to another. "Conversion" can take place not only from one religion to another, but also between different denominations, within the same faith, when this involves a felt change of spiritual identity rather than other reasons such as convenience.
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- Barrett, D. V. The New Believers—A survey of sects, cults and alternative religions (2001) UK, Cassell & Co 
- Cooper, Richard S. "The Assessment and Collection of Kharaj Tax in Medieval Egypt" (Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 96, No. 3. (Jul. – Sep., 1976), pp. 365–382.
- Barker, Eileen The Making of a Moonie: Choice or Brainwashing? (1984)
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- "Proselytism, Change of Religion, and International Human Rights," by Natan Lerner, Ph.D. (legal aspects of defining illicit proselytism)
- How Does One Convert to Judaism?
- All Roads Lead to Rome Catholic conversion experience Archived 2008-06-24 at the Wayback Machine at The Truth about the Catholic Church
- Choosing Judaism: Resource Center for Prospective Converts
- Jewish Encyclopedia: Proselyte
- Online Book on conversion to Hinduism Archived 2008-02-20 at the Wayback Machine
- Podcast about Mormon conversion experience Archived 2009-02-04 at the Wayback Machine
- Islam converts change face of Europe[permanent dead link]
- Missionary to India, E. Stanley Jones, answers the question, What is conversion?