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Deathly Halllows
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Did the ancient Romans believe in reincarnation? They lived in B.C., which means Jesus Christ was not born yet and the whole idea of Christianity had not developed.

Pascha
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Pascha

The theology of Roman Catholicism does not support the idea of reincarnation.
What individual people actually believe is a different matter.

ALL of Grace (Kathryn E. Stuart)
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ALL of Grace (Kathryn E. Stuart)

Absolutely not. That is contrary to the Bible and we Catholics are warned against it.

china doll 3
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china doll 3

no.

lovedbyGod
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lovedbyGod

Absolutely not that is a non-Christian belief.

Chantal G
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Chantal G

No, Catholics don’t believe in reincarnation. They only believe in rebirth in the afterlife.

eric k
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eric k

Since it is not a part of Christian doctrine, I’d say no.

The Asker
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The Asker

they’re Christians, so no.

Jesse B
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Jesse B

No they don’t

Scottish Dachsy
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Scottish Dachsy

No. Like all Christians, they believe in resurrection.