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What does the Bible say about Reincarnation?

September 13, 2017 | by: Sam Storms| 4 Comments


Don C

Sep 18, 2017

@Janet: yours our hinds feet on high places, indeed.
@Sam: fret not, though I hear words taught by men mingled in your response, you have chosen the still better way of love. My word of knowledge on this topic thus is rendered mute before it's better.

Chung Dongsup

Sep 18, 2017

I am a Calvinistic Methodist living in Korea, currently attending a Baptist church in Seoul. Your exposition on Melchizedek is to the point, and a great blessing. How can I get hold of Kingdom Come, an Amillenial Alternative? I want
to translate it into Korean. I have translated over fifty books into Korean.

Karen Ferrell

Sep 14, 2017

Psalm 42 led me to one of your posts from some years back. I'm thanking Him again for the time He set me in your classes at GTC. You and Ann were in my thoughts as we reconnected with so many from "the old days" recently at the Johns family Celebration of Life for their little girl....Chris and Laura, Michael and Jenniferl Kailus, Glenn and Karen among many others. You and Ann are precious treasures in my journey......

Janet Wolfson

Sep 13, 2017

I have always thought that a stronger verse regarding reincarnation in the Bible is John 9:2, the story of the healing of the man born blind. The disciples asked Jesus who sinned, the man or his parents, that he was born blind. This sounds like they were thinking the man had possibly sinned greatly in a previous life and was punished by being blind in this one. Jesus answered that neither one had sinned in a way that resulted in the blindness, but He didn't say "How could this man sin before he was born?" which to me is the logical answer.

I've always been curious about this.

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