First Baptist Church Dallas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress said in a sermon that unlike humans, animals have no spirits, and at the same time predicted that the majority of people are going to end up in hell, separated from God.
"Solomon says in Ecclesiastic 3:19-21, 'Here's how we're different. The animal has no spirit, but man has a spirit that descends to Heaven even after he dies,'" Jeffress told the audience in his message.
"That's how we're different from the animals," he insisted. more >>
Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham has responded to criticism from Bill Nye "the Science Guy" over the recently opened Ark Encounter in Kentucky, by claiming that Nye is seeking to "brainwash" children and convince them that they're "just animals."
Nye had argued in an interview with NBC News that not only was the life-sized Noah's Ark theme park "disturbing," but on the Ark's third deck, every single one of the science exhibits was supposedly "absolutely wrong."
"Not just misleading, but wrong," Nye said. more >>
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved an anti-anxiety drug specifically formulated for dogs.
Dogs can get upset and anxious over loud noises, including thunder, fireworks and other elements. But thanks to an anti-anxiety drug approved by the FDA called Sileo oromucosal gel, dogs and dog owners alike can become calmer during noise-filled events such as the Fourth of July.
What Is Sileo Oromucosal Gel? Sileo is a low-dose type of sedative used as an anti-anxiety medication for dogs. It has been approved last year by the FDA and has been sold in the market since last month. It is used to treat dogs with aversion to noise and all associated elements. more >>
A new documentary following ten students to Egypt to decode the ancient world using clues from the Bible will be released this summer.
Thinking Man Films Production is making the new youth-oriented DVD series, "Patterns of Evidence: Young Explorers," following the success of the award-winning adventure documentary "Patterns of Evidence: Exodus."
"Patterns of Evidence: Young Explorers" follows 10 students as they journey on an exploration into the world of ancient Egypt and the Bible, looking for ancient clues in the biblical text which prepares them for face-to-face encounters with Egyptologists and archaeologists. The series targets youth from 8-15 year olds. more >>
Scores of lionfish are slowly occupying the Mediterranean Sea and this could spell disaster. Their swelling numbers in the Caribbean killed numerous coral reefs and decreased native fish population. Experts say this imbalance will upset marine ecology and, in the long run, marine trade and fishery.
Lionfish Invasion, Disaster & Consequence
The lionfish are arriving in scores in the Mediterranean Sea. According to Dr. Jason Hall-Spencer of Plymouth University, the lionfish may be multiplying quickly too as they are seen "exhibiting mating behavior." more >>
The annual Shark Week is about to start. A lot of fans of the annual event are excited to watch the hour-long specials that will be featured on Discovery. Said to be one of the contributors to pop culture, Shark Week is considered a phenomenon and has proven itself to be a huge contributor to the ratings of the network.
However, several shows on Shark Week are said to be just made up by people to attract viewers. These include "Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives" and its follow-up, "Megalodon: The New Evidence."
Fake 'Megaldon'? more >>