Re: Hypotheses OTHER THAN Reincarnation
>> - In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank Reitemeyer" wrote:Then how it differs from a mediumship?
> What He wrote about was the spiritual and manasic content, not the
> The outer form is part of the execution of the imagine and this
> is left over to Their chelas.
>> In this case we are left with two theoriesdon't?
>> which are quite speculative because there are almost no any
>> evidences for them.
> The more, there are almost no evidences against reincarnation,
Then, without positive facts, reincarnation remains to be a
speculative hypothesis, though plausible. It has to compete with many
other speculative theories. So I prefer the theories which not only
have no evidences against but have some strong evidences for.
> Besides the Christian assumption that God created only one life.The sayings from the Bible cannot be regarded as the evidences for or
> Elsewehre in the NT there is the term "one life" and upon this the
agaisnt. But if the Bible says something I personally would rather
believe the contrary.