I was wondering if you guys could answer this general question about Buddhism (as I am a little confused on this topic, somewhat). Buddhism in general does not "believe" in a soul because of the permanence associated with this ideology. So, if there is no permanent soul, how can there be rebirth due to karma? Buddhism talks about action, consequence and its' karmic outcome, but how can rebirth be possible if there is no soul or in general, a permanent "something" to be reborn???
Maybe I'm just spinning my wheels (albeit rusty ones)