You can believe in God, but the Bible stands against magic of any kind(not the slight of hand stuff though) and clearly denies reincarnation. Once you're dead, you're not coming back to earth. So I suppose you could, but it would be quite contradictory
i beleive you can. dont know about incarnation, but certainly yes..........one can beleive in god an dmagic.................because god and his works are magic.................magic isnt always witchery or sorcery......................ders good as well as bad magic................ its just like how everything has got a good and bad side........
But the God of Biblical Christianity...no. Reincarnation is incompatible with Christianity, which teaches man dies once and after that is judgement.
Christianity teaches 'resurrection' not reincarnation. Christianity teaches against occultic magic and witchcraft. Christianity teaches that Jesus performed supernatural miracles, not "magic". You cannot fake the things Jesus did.
David Copperfield does not do "magic" but proclaims himself an "illusionist." A good illusionist will say there is no such thing as "magic."
this depends on the religion. in hinduism and buddhism, for example, reincarnation is the central theme of their belief sets. magic, unfortunately, is ill-defined and encompasses all that we do not understand. Even in christianity, life eternal could be viewed as reincarnation; we die and are born again. in buddhism, there are six realms into which you can be reincarnated: god, human, animal, demon, hungry ghost, and asura (titan). you could compare the deva realm (god realm) to heaven, and the demon realm to hell.
“You must not practice magic.”—Leviticus 19:26. As for a man or woman in whom there proves to be a mediumistic spirit or spirit of prediction, they should be put to death without fail.”—Leviticus 20:27. “There should not be found in you . . . a practicer of magic or anyone who looks for omens or a sorcerer, or one who binds p. 18others with a spell or anyone who consults a spirit medium.”—Deuteronomy 18:10-14. These laws made it clear that God did not want his people to practice magic. Jehovah gave these laws to his people because he loved them and did not want them to become enslaved to fear and superstition. He did not want them to be oppressed by the demons.
belief called reincarnation This is the idea that when a person dies, an intangible “soul” leaves the body and is reborn in another body—human, animal, or even plant—in one or more successive existences.God’s Word indicates that the vast majority of those who have died will come back in the resurrection of the dead in God’s new world, which will soon replace this wicked world here on earth. (2 Peter 3:13, 14)