Roger Campbell 甘羅傑
The second question is about reincarnation.
Considering the matter of reincarnation, I think of Hebrews chapter 9
In Hebrews 9:27, the Bible says:
"And just as it is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment.."
According to this verse, we live on this earth, and we will die...once.
We will not die and come back, and die again, and come back again, and die again, and come back again.
Again, I think of King David in the Old Testament.
When King David committed adultery,
Bathsheba conceived and bore a child.
And the child Bathsheba gave birth to...
.. that child died.
What did King David say after the child died?
2 Samuel 12:23:
"But now he is dead.
Why should I fast? Can I bring him back again?
I shall go to him, but he can not return to me."
David knew that after his son left this world,
in one respect he was still alive, which is to say, his soul.
But David admitted: The child can not return to me, the child can not come back,
but I can go to him.
So, speaking of the theory of reincarnation, the Bible does not support this kind of concept.