Religious plurality in Latin America Article

Bidegain, AM. (1996). Religious plurality in Latin America . 27(4), 10.3406/thlou.1996.2853

cited authors

  • Bidegain, AM



  • The Latin-American continent is often considered to be homogenous from a religious point of view. The author points out the historical presence of plurality, the fragmentation of the Latin-American religious domain and the recent institutional recognition of this religious plurality. The latter manifests itself, for example, in the various forms of Protestantism and the proliferation of sects.

publication date

  • January 1, 1996

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)


  • 27


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