Re:One source again?
Apr 10, 1998 06:31 PM
by Dr A M Bain
I am puzzled by your remarks. I said nothing about reincarnation, only
the evidence for a "single source" being available within Christian study.
I did not say it could not also be found elsewhere!
Kazimir Majorinc <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>>during many years in the Christian ministry
>>and study of both exoteric and esoteric Christian teachings, have found
>>evidence for this "single source" in many places, including the Israelite
>>religion from within which Christianity developed -
>Easy to prove the contrary: RgVeda ('wisdom' and 'knowledge' for sure)
>never mentioned reincarnation. Hence, other text (at least one) must be
>source for reincarnation (also 'wisdom' and 'knowledge'), and not a source
>of RgVeda. Q.E.D.
>BTW, study of Chr. is not enough for such a claim. It's trivial that
>Christianity has one main source.
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