My latest effort is currently being published and will appear soon. It’s called The Soul of a Dog. The soul of a human is defined in the dictionary as “the rational, emotional, and volitional faculties conceived of as forming an entity distinct from the body.” We think of the soul in a religious sense as being confined to the human spirit which lives on after and sometimes before life. No animals or other creatures need apply. If that’s so, how does it apply to angels? They surely exist. I know because I’ve had contact with them. But they are not human. Do they not have souls? Are they not rational, emotional, and volitional creatures of God? I believe the universe of God’s creatures consists of many souls. By observation, both rational and emotional, I believe that dogs fall into the category of creatures with a soul.