I've been pondering how to approach a question regarding reincarnation in the bible. In some religions, reincarnation is the process where the spirit exists eternally. When the spirit begins a "human experience" all memories are lost. When the human experience ends (at death) the spirit returns and the process can happen again and again - with various out comes depending on tradition.
Let me be clear, I do not subscribe to reincarnation. However I fell into a perplexing question. Jesus was the logos, who existed since the beginning. When the incarnation of the logos occured, it's obvious the Jesus "forgot" that he was God - which he then discovered later on in life before the cruxificion. When he died, his spirit didn't die, it returned to "heaven" and at some point he will reincarnate again for the second comming.
This sounds an aweful lot like eastern religions version of reincarnation. However I do not know how to phrase a question as to research this area w/o coming across as a truth seeking question. I'm really just looking for material to read to research. Any ideas?