Several SE/SO questions (e.g., this) address what is often claimed to be (often correctly) confusion between ethnicity and religion. Certainly (IIUC, ICBW) most modern religions tend to be avowedly (pun intended :-) cognitive: they require acceptance of a body of beliefs and practices, but not (explicitly) a genetic link to coreligionists. However there are just as certainly religions (especially older ones) which traditionally explicitly assumed heritability, most notably Judaism, which traditionally considered Jewishness matrilineal and discouraged conversion.
Hence I'd appreciate pointers to any work that has been done on this topic: what religions explicitly claim heritability? Are there any lists or taxonomies regarding the intersection of religion and ethnicity?
(Apologies if this is not the optimal Stack Exchange for this question: I note that there are several separate SEs for individual religions, but none for religion or religiousity in the aggregate.)