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Editor-in-Chief: Gina Zurlo
CALL FOR PAPERS - see below

How fast is the Muslim population growing in Europe? What is the role of fertility, mortality, and international migration in explaining differences between religious and non-religious people groups? How is religion changing our world today? The Journal of Religion and Demography (JRD) explores these questions and other relevant topics.
JRD is the only journal to feature annual estimates for religious and non-religious affiliation by continent, pairing them with scholarly analyses from diverse disciplines such as social science, demography, history, and geography. Each issue presents summaries of findings, sources, and methods, along with their implications for the demography of religion. All articles are peer-reviewed and the target audience is anyone interested in demographic trends and developments regarding religion.
The journal is a continuation of the Yearbook of International Religious Demography.

NOW AVAILABLE - Online submission: Articles for publication in the Journal of Religion and Demography can be submitted online through Editorial Manager, please click here.

Call for Papers
We invite papers for the Journal of Religion and Demography. Paper submissions should:
• Demonstrate uses of religious statistics
• Discuss methodological challenges related to quantitative data on religion
• Illustrate various ways of utilizing demographic data on religion
• Be roughly 6,500 words in length
Editors encourage articles that focus on religions and contexts outside of the West

Email for more information about submissions, due April 30, 2021.

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In: Journal of Religion and Demography
In: Journal of Religion and Demography
This in the online version of the third edition of the World Christian Encyclopedia, one of the most-cited reference works in mission and World Christianity studies. The Encyclopedia documents the changing status of World Christianity over the past 120 years from historical and social scientific perspectives. It records the continued shift of Christianity to the Global South and contains estimates for religious and nonreligious affiliation in every country of the world, including detail on Christianity to the denominational level. This reference work features comprehensive descriptions of all Christian traditions, including current information on the uniqueness of Christian experiences around the world.
The online version is fully text searchable, contains cross references, links to the World Christian Database and additional photo material.
In: Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion
In: Yearbook of International Religious Demography 2014
In: Yearbook of International Religious Demography 2014
In: Yearbook of International Religious Demography 2015
In: Yearbook of International Religious Demography 2015