From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Religious conversion is the adoption of new religious beliefs that differ from the convert's previous beliefs. It involves a new religious identity, or a change from one religious identity to another. Conversion requires internalization of the new belief system. It implies a new reference point for one's self identity and is a matter of belief and social structure—of both faith and affiliation.
- Conversion to Islam in prisons
- Deathbed conversion
- Forced conversion
- Secondary conversion
- The Rage Against God