Frankly, I’m not one for the Campingpalooza pile ons. This isn’t to take anything away from pointing out the gravity of false prophecy. But I can’t help but think it’s giving high profile quackery a little more attention than it deserves and perhaps not giving most people’s common sense enough credit when it simply turns away. Even so, and I realize it’s a tad late, but the reality of the atheist sponsored “Post Rapture Pet Care” is irresistible, not only for the good natured humor but also to help make the two kingdoms point that in addition to levity even atheists have the capacity of a caring soul.
But speaking of who has and who has not a soul, here is a Christian perspective for those of us on the one hand not at all convinced that our beloved pets have souls but on the other fully persuaded they are much more than mere beasts.