I would have to say no. If someone could with out a shadow of a doubt prove they once lived, then that would do it. Jesus was the only being that was here in the beginning, lived and, will be there in the end. So, as far as his coming back I do! Read this passage. It does provoke the question, why didn't they recognize Jesus? In my mind he took on another appearance, but that's speculation on my part. www.biblegateway.com Matthew 24:13-30
Does a strange feeling of being familiar with entirely new acquaintances and places prove reincarnation to be a fact? Have you ever mistaken one man or woman who is alive for another who is also now living? Many have had that experience. Why? Because some people have similar mannerisms or may even look almost identical. So the feeling that you know a person even though you never met him before really does not prove that you were acquainted with him in a former life, does it? (more in comments)
I do not believe in reincarnation, however I do believe in the resurrection spoken of in Gods word. My main reason for not believing in reincarnation is because its not something that is taught in the bible. The belief in reincarnation is the hope that you will have a better life in the future, but to be born over and over again into sin and eventual death, There must be something better. Thankfully there is the hope of a resurrection, or rising from death, as the person you are, not as someone or something else. You retain your personal identity, same personality and same memories as before you died. Jesus Christ and some of his disciples demonstrated Gods power and willingness to resurrect those who had died. Ex.; John 11:11,14-44 (Lazarus) Mark 5:35-42 (a generals daughter). The bible speaks on several occasions of the resurrection of the dead and explains they will live forever on a paradise earth. John 5:28,29: "Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice (the voice of Jesus) and come out..." Revelation 20:13,14: "The sea gave up those dead in it, and death and Hades gave up those dead in them, and they were judged individually according to their deeds. And death and Hades were hurled into the lake of fire, this means the second death, the lake of fire." As for those who are resurrected there is this promise, found at Psalms 37:29: "The righteous themselves will possess the earth, and they will reside forever upon it. No mystery behind it, no guess work, God has lovingly provided us with this wonderful hope, if we obey His commandments. Learn more, visit www.jw.org.
One reason Christians don't believe in reincarnation-the belief that we come back to life over and over again-is because they believe in heaven. After all, if heaven is real (as Christians believe), then there isn't any need for an endless cycle of dying and coming back to Earth. There is, however, another reason why Christians reject the idea of reincarnation. It is this: No matter how long we lived-or how many lives we had-we could never erase the stain of sin that keeps us from God. In other words, we could never reach perfection. But God loves us and has provided the way for all our sins to be forgiven. That way is Jesus Christ, who died as the one final sacrifice for our sins.