In what religion do people believe in reincarnation?
Jews believe in transmigration of the soul.
Buddhists and Hindus believe in a slightly different form of reincarnation, as do their spinoffs such as some forms of religious Taoism.
Not sure how many total, but Hindu yes and some sects of Judaism consider it one possibility.
In addition to the above, Spiritualist churches, and some Christians do, although I do not know of any denomination that accepts if officially. However, many Christians believe in it.
Some pagan beliefs do. I for one do. I believe that we are higher beings who choose to come back to this existence as a means to learn things. For example I believe in this life I came back to learn about healing and leadership. Once this life is done, I will go back to my higher state until I choose to come back and learn something else. The goal being once we have learned all there is to know, we achieve an even higher state of conciousness and become an even higher being. Dunno what happens then. Haven't gotten that far lol
Quite a number of religions typically include reincarnation. The most notable, in my experience are Hinduism, Jainism, Wicca and several other Pagan and Neo-Pagan faiths.
I thought I read in the Mormon bible that they believe that there are so many souls that come to earth. I could be wrong though.
Buddhism, Hare Krishna, Hinduism, Jainism, Gypsies, Sikhism, Vedanta, Rosicrucianism, Tarot Cards, New Age, Scientology, Theosophy, Transcendental Meditation.
Most astrologers, some Wiccans, and some Unity Movement followers believe in reincarnation too.