The Existence of Reincarnation


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The Existence of Reincarnation
There is much controversy surrounding whether or not reincarnation actually exists. This proposal will explore the scholarly literature and examine whether or not the literature substantiates the existence of reincarnation, both literature receptive to the idea and opposed to such an idea will be explored. In the end, no definitive evidence exists to prove or disprove its existence; however, since it is one of those things that may well prove impossible to prove definitively, there will always be question marks. It appears that there are more instances of fraud and deceit than there is anything else, but enough questions exist for any sensible person to resist the urge to deny the existence of reincarnation...
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