The idea of reincarnation is becoming increasingly familiar in the West. What was once considered a strange Eastern belief is now accepted as fact by a significant portion of the population in the United States. But what is the actual evidence that supports the theory of reincarnation? And what are some of the common objections voiced by the skeptics? Is the evidence convincing? Do the skeptics have valid arguments? Addressing both sides of the argument, John Algeo gives a balanced exposition of the pros and cons surrounding the idea of reincarnation by using lucid and vivid examples to illustrate his points. 1987. 65 minutes.