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1. Introduction: the politics of conversion 1580-1625; 2. Conversion and polemical theology; 3. The experience of change of religion; 4. Change of religion and the end of polemic; 5. The Church under the law: the regime and the enforcement of conformity; 6. 'Heresy is dead and policy is the life of religion': State, church, conversion and conformity; 7. 'The common people still retain a scent of the Roman perfume': conversion and the proselytiser; 8. Conclusion.