Reincarnation: The Missing Link in Christianity

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Summit University Press, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 430 pages
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Using scholarship and evidence from the Dead Sea Scrolls and Gnostic texts, this work attempts to make the case that Christ taught reincarnation. It argues that Jesus was a mystic who taught that human destiny is to unite with the God within. It examines a number of related topics.
 

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This is an amazing book that I have read only a few months after writing about the understanding I was given from the universal source of knowledge (God) that we do comeback not in physical form but in entity (spiritual) (soul) form. In fact, we choose the very lives we enter. The only thing of our parents are our physical outer selves. We are allowed to come back to experience that which we have not yet experienced in an effort to gain in our understanding and therfore our connection to our Creator. The end result being eternal spiritual maturity with God.
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Review: Reincarnation: The Missing Link in Christianity

User Review  - Shana - Goodreads

While very interested in reading this book, I couldn't get over the anxiety of what my next life would be. Everytime I picked up the book, I just thought about dying. Such a great beginning though! Read full review

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