Is the Church (Body of Christ) active in any way, to expose fake Jesus reincarnations?
For clarification: are there any missions that include reaching the victims of false Jesus reincarnations that one could join?
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Yes and no, depending on what you mean by "active".
According to orthordox Christian teachings, there will be no re-incarnation of Jesus. His next appearance will be in glory and judgement when nobody on earth will be in a position to question the description given of Jesus current position:
In other words, according to the main traditions claiming to be Christian (Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant alike) anybody in any circumstance currently claiming to be a re-incarnation of Jesus is a fraud. As long as there is wiggle room for anybody on the planet to deny such a claim, the denial sticks.
This belief makes it really easy to root out the fakes:
If by 'active' you mean:
Yes, I personally have warned others about the false return and / or reincarnation of Jesus. The Bible itself warns us about this (at least in reference to the tribulation), and this is the passage I point to:
When Jesus returns, we will know it!