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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Strong Evidence of Reincarnation




For centuries, man has argued about the existence of reincarnation. Early references to reincarnation in the New Testament were deleted in the 4th century by Emperor Constantine when Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire. Did the emperor feel that the concept of reincarnation was threatening to the stability of the empire? Citizens who believed that they would have another chance to live might be less obedient and law abiding than those who believed in a single Judgment Day for all?


In the 6th century, in the year 553 A. D., the 2nd Council of Constantinople officially declared reincarnation a heresy and the doctrine of reincarnation was officially banished by the Christian Church.


There is actually a considerable amount of evidence for reincarnation remaining in the Bible People are unaware that there are definite references in the New Testament that unequivocally imply reincarnation exists. You can find quite a few references supporting the idea that after people die they will come back to this Earth if they are not ready to move on permanently to the heavenly realms.


Here is a present day case that gives strong support to the existence of reincarnation. Watch this incredible video of Bruce and Andrea Leininger on the incredible true story of their son, James, as told in the NY Times bestselling book SOUL SURVIVOR: The Reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot.












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3 comments:

  1. I love the chipmunk song, Sedona!

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  2. I have to say that it is easier for me to believe in reincarnation than in what is passing for religions these days. Especially when people try to use religion in a political context. I have seen the story of a World War II fighter pilot reincarnated into a young boy. I find it most interesting. Good find

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  3. I would love to find more cases that are as well-supported with evidence as this one!!!

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