Before my Dad suddenly passed away at the young age of 49, he used to casually say that “one day it would be fun to have a radio show”. My Dad loved to talk to people, but I think the radio show was more or less a pipe dream. But for me, it was a very exciting and appealing idea. When my father passed at such a young age, I decided that I didn’t want to wait for “one day” and, by God’s grace and provision, I was able to launch out on a local radio show with my own program that ran once a week for about six months. This is how The Gospel for Planet Earth was born. It was very exciting and I perceive that it was a success even though it was short lived (Eventually, I decided that podcasts were more economic and flexible. However, there is still a possibility that I would do a radio show again). It was exciting and I learned a lot. Particularly, I became more convinced that there is a growing crowd of people out there in our Christian culture who are not satisfied with some or many of the answers that they are receiving from mainline Christianity. There are many answers that I believe mainline Christianity is not able to answer because of the simple fact that exactly what “the gospel” is has been lost. Mainline Christianity teaches that the gospel is about how sinners get forgiven and can be assured their place in heaven. But the gospel according to the four evangelists, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, is about how God established His Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven. Until we can recognize this and reorganize our scriptural interpretation around this fact, there are many answers that the church is giving that will fall flat in trying to scratch where it itches for those with serious questions in our churches and on the streets. This is the main reason why this podcast and blog exists.