The Reincarnation Controversy: Uncovering the Truth in the World Religions

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Torchlight Pub., 1997 - Religion - 125 pages
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Reincarnation -- according to a recent Gallup Poll, 72% of people believe in it. What do the world religions tell us about our popular belief? "The Reincarnation Controversy" uncovers the mystery of rebirth in the world's major religious traditions. Steven Rosen begins by explaining the background for the belief in reincarnation, exploring its scientific methodology and logic, especially in relation to common-sense and everyday experience. After examining the topic of reincarnation in the major religions, he explains past life regression, near death experience and rebirth in light of modern scientific research conducted in the last century.

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Steven J. Rosen is the author of twelve books on metaphysical subjects, including the popular interreligious books, OM Shalom and East-West Dialogues. Having published with three of India's prominent publishers-KLM Firma, Munshiram Manoharlal, and Motilal Banarsidass-he has developed an important voice in the Indian religious community. He is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Vaishnava Studies, an academic quarterly that is esteemed and supported by scholars worldwide.

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