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ALTNURME, Lea (2003), "Letters to the Medium, or, Looking to New Age for Answers", Forschungen zur Anthropologie und Religionsgeschichte, 36, pp. 1-13.

ALTNURME, Riho (2006), "Foreign Relations of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church as a Means of Maintaining Contact With the Western World", Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte/Contemporary Church History, 19(1), p. 159-165.

ALTNURME, Riho (ed.) (2009), History of Estonian Ecumenism, Tartu/Tallinn: University of Tartu/Estonian Council of Churches.

ALTNURME, Lea (2011), "Changes in Mythic Patterns in Estonian Religious Life Stories", Social Compass, 58(1), p. 77–94.

JÕKS Eerik (ed.) (2016), Kuhu lähed, Maarjamaa? Quo vadis Terra Mariana, Eesti Kirikute Nõukogu.

JONUKS, Tõnno; KURISOO, Tuuli. (2013). "To be or not to be... a Christian. Some new perspectives on understanding the Christianisation of Estonia. Folklore". Electronic Journal of Folklore, 55, p. 69−97.

KILP, Alar (2009), "Patterns of Lutheran Politics in a Post-Communist State: the Case of Estonia", Culture and Politics, 6, p. 65-76.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2003), "Church and state in Estonia", in S. Ferrari and W.Cole Durham, Jr. (eds.), Law and Religion in Post-Communist Europe. Leuven: Peeters, p. 99-120.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2005), "The permissible scope of legal limitations on the freedom of religion or belief in Estonia", Emory International Law Review, 19(2), p. 753-783.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2007), "Religious entities as legal persons – Estonia", in L. Friedner (ed.), Churches and other Religious Organisations as Legal Persons. Leuven: Peeters, p. 79-100.

KIVIORG Merilin (2008), "État et Églises en Estonie", in ROBBERS Gerhard (ed.), État et Églises dans l’Union européenne, 2e éd., Baden-Baden, Nomos, p. 99-120.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2011), Religion and Law in Estonia, Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2014), "The Mutual Roles of Religion and State in Estonia", In Balazs SCHANDA (Ed.). Mutual Roles of Religion and State in Europe, Trier: University of Trier, p. 43−59.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2016), Law and Religion in Estonia (second edition), Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2016), "Accommodation of Religious Rules in Estonian Law and Practice", In: BOTTONI, Rossella; CRISTOFORI, Rinaldo; FERRARI, Silvio (Ed.). Religious Rules, State Law, and Normative Pluralism - A Comparative Overview, Springer, p. 153−166.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2016), "Law and Religion in Estonia", in: Cole W. DURHAM Jr, Gerhard ROBBERS (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Law and Religion, Leiden/Boston: Brill, p. 95−105.

KIVIORG, Merilin (2016), "Law and Religion at the Work Place: Case of Estonia" in RODRÍGUEZ BLANCO Miguel (ed.), Law and religion in the workplace, Proceedings of the XXVIIth annual conference of the European Consortium for Church and State Research, Alcalá de Henares, 12-15 November 2015, Granada, Comares, p. 139-150.

PLAAT, Jaanus (2002), "Christian and Non-Christian Religiosity" in Estonia and East-Virumaa in the 1990s: Comparison of Estonians and other Ethnic Groups, Pro Ethnologia, 14, p. 97-134.

PLAAT, Jaanus (2003), "Religious change in Estonia and the Baltic states during the Soviet period in comparative perspective", Journal of Baltic Studies, 34(1), p. 52 - 73.

RAUN, Toivo U. (2001), Estonia and the Estonians. Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press.

REMMEL, Atko and, UIBU, Marko (2015), "Outside Conventional Forms: Religion and Non-Religion in Estonia", Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe, 8 (1), p. 5−20.

REMMEL, Atko (2016), "Ambiguous Atheism: The Impact of Political Changes on the Meaning and Reception of Atheism in Estonia", Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion, 7, p. 233−250.

RIISTAN, Ain, ALTNURME, Lea (2006), "Aspects of Identity-Related Bible Reading: Estonian Churches in the Wake of Referendum about Estonia Joining the EU", Forschungen zur Anthropologie und Religionsgeschichte, 40, p. 97-111.

RINGVEE, Ringo (2001), "Religious Freedom and Legislation in Post-Soviet Estonia", Brigham Young Universit, Law Review, 2001(2), p. 631-642.

RINGVEE, Ringo (2008), "State, religion and the legal framework in Estonia", Religion, State and Society, 36(2), p. 181-196.

RINGVEE, Ringo (2014), "Religion: Not declining but changing: What do the population censuses and surveys say about religion in Estonia?", Religion, 44 (3), p. 502−515.

RINGVEE, Ringo (2015), Annotated Legal Documents on Islam in Europe: Estonia, Leiden: Brill.

RINGVEE, Ringo (2015), "Funding Religious Heritage in Estonia: From Sacred Buildings to Sacred Groves", In: FORNEROD, Anne (Ed.), Funding Religious Heritage, Farnham: Ashgate, p. 113−125.

RINGVEE, Ringo (2015), "New Religious Movements and New Age in Estonia", In: James R. LEWIS and Inga Bårdsen TØLLEFSEN (Eds.), Handbook of Nordic New Religions, Leiden: Brill, p. 478−494.

UIBU, Marko (2016), "Re-emerging Religiosity: The Mainstreaming of New Spirituality in Estonia", Journal of Baltic Studies, 47 (2), p. 257−274.

VAKKER, Triin, PRIIT Rohtmets (2008), "Estonia: Relations between Christian and Non-Christian Religious Organisations and the State of Religious Freedom", Religion, State and Society, 36(1), p. 45-53.

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