There are those that believe in the second coming, as spoken in Revelations. There are those that believe that, yet don't believe in reincarnation. If he comes back as himself, does that not count as reincarnation or does one have to come back as something else to be considered a reincarnation? Can one believe in both? Another hubber made me aware of verses that applied to this issue, but I'm not sure I understand. Help!
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world renown theologin -- wow- that 2$ will get you a passable cup of coffee but not necessarily the truth from scripture
Right on celafoe.
So, according to your answer, if our "reassembled" selves become an "eternal form", is that not a reincarnation in itself? Please keep comments on topic rather than picking at other's answers. The last word in my ? was "Help". Arguing is not help.
idono- no our"reassembled" self is instantly changed to a spirit being at the same time the new heaven and earth are being exchanged, no human remains therefore NO reincarnation entering eternity, asking for scripture is not argue is neccesary
IDONO please read these 2 articles http://www.daltonator.net/durandal/religion/satan.... and http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/What-the-Devil-P... may Satan bless u
double talk foolishness. see below for the truth
1. The nut part is in respond to charlie (celafoe) who is a religion nut 2. Research the Israel Babylon war (happened around 2500 years ago) and compare it with revelation, u realized, it is mere parallel to that war.
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sorry not possible IF YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND THE SCRIPTURES. HE IS ALIVE AND WILL RETURN.
and because you do not believe, scripture clearly says you CANNOT UNDERSTAND IT SO STOP MISLEADING PEOPLE WITH YOUR CONJECTURE
And this is so interesting to see what sort of response a nut like u would have towards this post I wrote. https://hubpages.com/entertainment/My-idea-of-an-a...