Reincarnation (Religious Studies)
In Jewish Tales of Reincarnation, Hasidic Rabbi Yenassan Gershom recounts stories of reincarnation from throughout the history of Judaism.
Since its original publication in 1978, philosopher Geddes MacGregor's Reincarnation in Christianity: A New Vision of the Role of Rebirth in Christian Thought has become recognized as the standard treatment of its subject matter.
Reincarnation and Judaism: The Journey of the Soul by DovBer Pinson is a comprehensive look at reincarnation as presented in the Kabbalah and analyzed by major Jewish thinkers throughout history.
In Reincarnation: The Missing Link In Christianity, Elizabeth Clare Prophet argues that reincarnation was taught by Jesus to his disciples and was part of the esoteric Christian teachings of Gnostic sects. She shows that belief in reincarnation was a part of early Christianity and describes how it came to be suppressed by the Roman Church.
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