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Therefore "spirits" reflect both the morality and the mentality of the nation to which they belonged on earth, and in the other life are to be found friends and enemies, believers and unbelievers, reincarnationists and non-reincarnationists.
Some believe that the early Christians and the Fathers of the Church were reincarnationists; others say they were not; the texts, we are in possession of, contradict one another.
He stood a moment staring down at the thing with a curious feeling of having stood staring down at exactly the same thing before -- that subconscious feeling of the repetition of events which supports the theories of reincarnationists -- and then, quite suddenly, memory came to his aid.
The major argument of the reincarnationists was this, that according to the justice of God, each must receive his due: whenever a man is afflicted with some calamity, for example, this is because of some wrong he hath committed.
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