Reincarnation in Christianity: A New Vision of the Role of Rebirth in Christian Thought

Quest Books, 1990 M03 9 - 200 páginas
In this exciting landmark work, MacGregor delves into the annals of Christian history to demonstrate that Christian doctrine and reincarnation are not mutually exclusive belief systems.

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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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The Universal Appeal of Reincarnation 1
Christian Faith?
Some Interpretative Considerations
Islamic Thought
Reincarnation in Jewish Christian and V The Attack on Origen
Reincarnation in Western Literature
Which is the Self?
Philosophical and Scientific Objections
Reincarnation as Purgatory
Moral Evolution
Salvation Providence and Grace
Consequences for Marriage and Other Relationships
Communication with the Departed
Reincarnation and the War Between Mysticism and Faith
Index 187

Afterlife in the New Testament

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Dr. Geddes MacGregor, Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern California, was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and a recipient of the California Literature Award. He came to the United States in 1949 as the first holder of the Rufus Jones Chair in Philosophy and Religion at Bryn Mawr. Dr. MacGregor was the author of over twenty books.

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