Reincarnation and Judaism by DovBer Pinson
The Journey of the Soul

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This is a comprehensive look at the intriguing concept of reincarnation as taught by the masters of the Kabbalah and as analyzed by major Jewish thinkers throughout history. Rabbi DovBer Pinson, born and raised in a Hasidic family immersed in the study of Jewish mystical thought, has made a thorough search of Jewish teachings in order to present his readers with a rich and engaging study of life's most perplexing question: What happens after a person dies?

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DovBer Pinson was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended the Yeshiva Oholei Torah and went on to study in the Yeshiva Toras Emes in Jerusalem where he received his semicha from prominent rabbis and poskim. He returned to the States where he began to travel on behalf of Chabad outreach programs. He lectures and writes on Jewish mysticism, philosophy, and history.
Published November 30, 1999 by Jason Aronson, Inc.. 212 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Pinson's bewildering array of categories includes three souls with ten states of consciousness, various compartments, divisions and levels as well as ""three types of reincarnations."" Circular reasoning abounds, as in Pinson's argument about the dybbuk, the evil spirit that possesses another per...

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