In "The Pagan Christ" you discuss the issue of incarnation frequently. To me the only real subject to build a religion around must indeed be the mystery of spirit incarnating in the material world, the binding of the opposites.
What struck me was that, as far as I remember, only on one occasion the issue of re-incarnation was mentioned in the book.
In chapter 10, "The Only way ahead, Cosmic Christianity", you mention in paragraph 9, "Enhances Belief in Life After Death" on page 192 the following:
I have thought a lot about reincarnation since I argued the case against in Life after death, but I have been challenged to examine that theory much more closely through this latest research. I still have not made up my mind.
If I may ask you, could you please specify some of the pro and contra arguments you most certainly must have encountered during your thoughts over reincarnation? In other words, what was it that challenged you to rethink and what is it that does not allow you to "make up your mind"?
In addition, could you please indicate the possible difficulties Christianity as a whole may or may not have with the concept of reincarnation?
And finally, could you indicate where you are now in your research and what direction you are seeing in the near future?
A lot of questions I hope you are comfortable with.