Yes, Jesus Taught Reincarnation
(This is the second of three in series.) Pius M. Sumaktoyo is trying to understand and reconcile seeming tensions between reincarnation and Christian teachings. Pius finds that Jesus did teach about reincarnation. However, shall we be happy about reincarnation? What if we had to reincarnate endlessly? Is there anything in the Christian faith that offers an end for an endless reincarnation? More
(This is the second of three in series.)
Through past life regression, contemporary psychology and hypnosis make open the truth of reincarnation. Souls repeatedly come in flesh, reincarnate into the world. Past life testimonies tell us that reincarnation is endless and that there is no heaven and hell. Shall we be happy about it?
The widespread beliefs in reincarnation seem to contradict some doctrines of the faith and serve as a tough opposition for the Church. Will the Christian faith as the Church teaches it become obsolete given these evidence on reincarnation? Will it happen as Jesus says in Luke 18:8 “.... And yet, when the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?”
Pius M. Sumaktoyo is trying to understand and reconcile these seeming tensions between reincarnation and Christian teachings. Pius finds Jesus did teach about reincarnation. The teaching was lost for a reason: as Jesus says in Matthew 13:26-29, the wheat were treated as weeds.
Pius identifies the uprooted wheat—Jesus’ teachings that are now outside the canonical Bible. They provide an explanation of why the cycle of reincarnation seems infinite. They also illuminate why reincarnated souls say nothing about heaven and hell.
The question, then, is there anything in the Christian faith that offers a stop for an endless reincarnation?
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