please do not answer if you are a christian who oppose reincarnation.some people said that reincarnation was in the bible.however,my christian friend said that some archeologist compare the early christian bible and the bible in this time.they are almost same.

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  • The details contained in the links provided by “LIORA Reincarnationist” certainly removed all doubts which opposed reincarnation as being a fact, in my mind. While I have been a long time supporter of the reincarnation theory, there have been a couple factors which caused me to waffle on this topic. No more!

    Great information, LIORA Reincarnationist.

    4/19

  • Christianity has a long history of suppressing or altering the truth, or revising the truth that’s there to protect its agenda.

    Reincarnation is an ancient, mainstream belief in Judaism. In Hebrew, it is called “gilgul ha’ne’shamot,” literally the recycling or transmigration of souls. There is abundant evidence for any serious student on the subject that reincarnation was a central part of Jesus’ ministry — at least until the Roman/Greek pagan “Christians” under the Emperor Constantine established the official “Christian” church, beginning in the 4th century.

    It is this paganized version of the “Christian” church that survives today, which explains why modern Christians unacquainted with the factual history of the Judaism of Jesus so emphatically reject the idea. This is particularly ironic when their own bible tells them Jesus said truly, literally, an imperfect man must be born again, that we are gods and capable of achieving perfection (“even as your father which is in heaven is perfect.”)

    Reincarnation is not in conflict with the verse “it is appointed that man dies once and then face judgment”. Reincarnationists do not believe that “the man” returns after death. What do the critics think survives death to “face judgment”? The soul of course: the spiritual energy of the person who died. And it is the soul that reincarnates, not “the man” who died. As Jesus told Nicodemus, Nicodemus could not be born again as the man he is; he must be born again physically (of water) in order to be born anew spiritually.

    The afterlife judgment of Judaism (Jesus’ religion) is Gehenna, the original biblical concept of after-death residence of souls, similar to purgatory, where the soul of the individual faces and contemplates his past life, the mistakes he made, the good things he did, the things he achieved and did not achieve. It is a time of judgment after the man dies, a soul searching, which is completed before the individual moves on to his next existence.

    There are many Christians who are also Reincarnationists, most of whom believe that Jesus’ strongest message concerned reincarnation and the golden rule (karma). A close family friend of mine was a Methodist minister who was a devout believer in reincarnation. He believed, as most Christian Reincarnationists do, that Jesus was the first man to achieve perfection after a succession of early lives (beginning with Adam) who “opened up heaven” for those who would follow. In 1 Corinthians 15:45 there is a reference from Paul about Jesus: “And so it is written, The first man Adam was made a living soul; the last Adam was made a quickening spirit.”

    There are numerous NT biblical reference for reincarnation. Besides the most obvious (Truly, literally, you must be born again… no one goes up to heaven but he who came down from heaven … how could that be any clearer?), there is “Who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” which is dismissed by the unaware who don’t know that Jesus historically taught reincarnation and that reincarnation was simply assumed to be true by his followers. According to the bible Jesus answered that the man was born blind so that Jesus could heal him. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that this could not be applied to every person who is born without sight — it applied, according to the bible, to the one blind man whose path crossed Jesus.

    Many Christians not acquainted with ancient Judaism are unaware that reincarnation is a cornerstone of the faith of Jesus. From the beginning Judaism has traditionally accepted reincarnation as fact: “Behold, all these things does God do — twice, even three times with a man — to bring his soul back from the pit that he may be enlightened with the light of the living.” (Job 33:29) In other words, God would allow a person to come back to the world “of the living” from “the pit” (which is Gehenna — there is no “Hell” in Judaism) a second, third or a multitude of times.

    Proverbs 8:22-31 is *not* King Solomon channeling Jesus as Christians absurdly claim; it is Solomon’s celebration of eternal life through reincarnation.

    And Psalms 90:3-6 speaks of reincarnation: Thou turnest man back to the dust, and sayest, “Turn back, O children of men!” For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past, or as a watch in the night. Thou dost sweep men away; they are like a dream, like grass which is renewed in the morning: in the morning it flourishes and is renewed; in the evening it fades and withers. So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom.

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    Please see the following source material for more information on reincarnation and the bible.

  • i dont know why i believe it but i do..i believe its possible..it happened to alot of my fishes as i was growing up (i dont know if its the same) :]

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