Sorry for my frequent questions on this board, but I am very interested in Buddhism.
So here is my current set of beliefs: I follow the teachings of The Buddha, such as the eight fold path and five precepts, and find his quotes and lessons very inspirational and think they are all great teachings to live by. I also accept karma.
However, being an agnostic, I can't say I fully believe in rebirth and the dimensions of rebirth (human, heaven, hell, animal, ghost). Although I believe that after death anything is possible, I feel I cannot fully believe in any concept like an afterlife or rebirth, although I am open to the possibilities. I am certainly intrigued by the concept of rebirth though, probably even more than the concept of heaven.
So back to my main question, would I have to fully believe in rebirth to be a Buddhist? Or are following the eight fold path and five precepts the most important things?
And again, I apologize for my frequent questions.