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The author makes a convincing argument against the various claims for reincarnation, exposing them as nothing more than shams. Unfortunately, despite the fact that the so-called "evidence" in support of reincarnation has been debunked time-and-time again, one still hears those who refuse to disbelieve trotting out the same tired arguments in support of reincarnation. This book is useful as a source of material to point out to them that the material which they use as evidence, such as the Bridey Murphy story, has been exposed as nothing more than a sham.
Reincarnation A Critical Examination
Howard Storm clearly states that the concept of reincarnation doesn't jive with what Jesus told him during his NDE. The universe (as explained to him by Jesus) just doesn't work that way.
"Why would Satan bother coming up with a big lie about reincarnation? What's the point?"
Mankind has an innate desire to commune with God. It is in our nature, because God put it there. Satan will use any means available to lead people away from God. He doesn't have to get people to believe there is no god, he simply has to get them to not believe in the Christian God. A simple way for him to do this is with counterfeit religious experiences such as "reincarnation past-lives."
"Is there any evidence that reincarnation is true?"
There IS false evidence that reincarnation is true.
Huh? False evidence of truth? What does that mean?
Suppose you are on a jury trying Smith for burglary, and Smith did commit the burglary. Smith gets on the witness stand and lies—he says he was with his girlfriend all day. Smith has presented evidence. It is false evidence, but it still is evidence.
But what if you believe Smith? You think you reached the correct decision, but it's still false evidence. You leave secure in the knowledge that Smith didn't and could not possibly have committed the burglary—after all, you have evidence. But your decision is based on false evidence.
Reincarnation -- Satan's Second-Biggest Lie
originally posted by: TheJesuit
So ive been reading up on reincarnation and after reading accounts and interviews i believe it to be tied into religious belief and traditions also birth marks feature prominent from previous lives death injuries the karmic ramifications are prominent ex, life to life level stature stays the same but the time from death to birth varies and locations stay relatively local like the same country and state.
I was wondering if anyone could tie in the LOA in to it because of the belief and also that it doesn't feature prominently in other traditions and religions so its not paid attention to or reported when not believed in.
but wow some of the cases ive read really got me wondering how come only certain areas and locations and belief systems??? or is it everywhere and we just dont pay enough attention?