Searching for Reincarnation in Christianity
What will you do if you believe in Jesus but cannot deny the truth of reincarnation? Since the Church does not acknowledge reincarnation, you will be stuck in paradoxes and seeming contradictions. For 20 years, he struggled to find explanations and reconcile the differences between reincarnation and the Church’s teachings. He now understands that reincarnation is not against his Christian beliefs. More
(This is the first of three in series.)
Pius M. Sumaktoyo was born a Catholic. He lives in Indonesia. As a young man, Pius favored logic and freedom. His desire to understand more about Christianity led him to be an atheist. However, being a victim of black-magic made him realize not all that is invisible is unreal. He believes again in God.
As he was living a peaceful life in the salvation through Jesus, someone introduced him to the truth of reincarnation. Unfortunately, the Church did, and still does, not acknowledge reincarnation. For 20 years he struggled to find explanations and reconcile the seeming differences between reincarnation and the Church’s teachings. He now understands that reincarnation is not against his Christian beliefs.
He writes a book, he draws a schematic, the Scheme of Opportunities. It describes a path of human life that recognizes both the truth of reincarnation and the truth of Christianity. Humans have to know the true God, otherwise they are destined to reincarnate for an unknown times or until the judgement day. Jesus Christ, the book argues, is the way to know the true God and to end this cycle of reincarnations.
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