No. Buddhists believe in rebirth. Reincarnation is the passage of the soul from one for to another, there is no soul in Buddhism; rebirth is the result of karmic seeds sown in life.
They believe that there is a circle of birth and if you earn enlightenment the you are taken out of the circle of birth
Many Buddhists do believe in reincarnation, but it is not required. No not all of them do.
Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs believe in reincarnation.
Mahayana Buddhists believe in reincarnation and Theravada Buddhists believe in enlightenment
Hindus, Buddhists and some Muslims believe in reincarnation.
No they dont. They believe in reincarnation.
No Buddhists believe in reincarnation. Reincarnation requires a soul to pass into the next life, a vital and indispensable aspect of Buddhism is Anatta, or 'no soul'. Most Buddhists believe in rebirth, that after their death the karma they have accumulated in their life but not paid for will be spent out in another life, like passing a flame from one candle to another; it is not the same flame, nor is it another.
Many Buddhists are atheists yet also believe in reincarnation, so yes some atheists believe that people live again after death.
In a sense yes, Buddhists generally take reincarnation as a fundamental truth.
nirvana-the state of perfefct peaceAlso, Hindu and Buddism believe that souls can be reborn into a new body after death, also called reincarnation
Christians do not believe in reincarnation. Christians believe in Heaven.
Hindus and Buddhists both believe in Reincarnation (punarjanma). Also The Law of Cause and Effect (karma)
Buddhists do not believe in a soul in the sense of an immortal essence. In the Buddhist belief of reincarnation it is not a soul that continues after death but our consciousness.
Not all Buddhists believe in reincarnation. The Buddha did not teach reincarnation, although it is part of the doctrine of some Buddhist traditions. The Buddha spoke of 'rebirth' in some teachings. This is understood by some to refer to a new start in the present lifetime, not the beginning of a new life after death. The idea of reincarnation may have been absorbed into Buddhism from Hinduism, which does recognize and believe in reincarnation.
Some Buddhists' beliefs include reincarnation and afterlife. They also believe that the purpose in life is to end suffering.
Hindus believe in literal reincarnation, whereas Buddhists do not.
Both Hindus and Buddhists believe in the cycle of life, death, and rebirth known as reincarnation, where the value and dedication of service from past lives are accounted and atoned for.
They don't. They believe in Rebirth - which is not quite the same. The belief in rebirth is part of a cyclical world-view.
They believe in reincarnation but not as a person.
One Buddhism belief is reincarnation. Buddhists believe that people are reborn after they die. They also believe in equality for all.
I am no expert but I think Buddhists do not believe in any specific god but do believe in reincarnation and the way to enlightenment is to give up material possesions
Atheism is an absence of belief in a deity, so there isn't a doctrine of beliefs as you find in religions and there isn't a single thought or belief about death which is shared by atheists. Some Buddhists are atheists - but believe in reincarnation, other atheists believe that when we die, we cease to be.
certainly, Hindus were the first to believe in Incarnation (avatāra) & Reincarnation (punarjanma) . They believe that we are trapped in cycle of life & death.
Catholics do not believe in reincarnation (i.e., that after death you are reborn as another person or animal). Catholics believe in resurrection (i.e., that after death your physical body returns to life).
The Hindus, Buddhists and Druze.