Planet Jesus

Hosted ByRob Massie

Planet Jesus explores the canyons and mountains of the Gospel of Jesus and seeks to understand how we can better apply it to make our planet reflect him better.


All Episodes

Planet Jesus – Happy HeySeuss: Was Jesus Happy? – Ep. 12

In Episode 12, we will consider happiness and its importance in our lives. We will ask the question, “was Jesus happy?” And we will consider what implications that may...

Planet Jesus – Joseph & Jesus – Ep. 11

The writer of the Gospel of Matthew records that Joseph the son of Jacob a dreamer of dreams, protected his step son (Jesus) by taking him to Egypt. What...

Planet Jesus – Lying: The Gateway to Chaos – Ep. 10

For over a month the lie of one man, Jussie Smollett, disrupted the city of Chicago and perplexed a nation. His actions underscore the importance of telling the truth...

Planet Jesus – The Death of Tribalism – Ep. 9

In this episode, we look at how recent events in Washington D.C. underscore the growing hostility between the various ideological and racial tribes in the U.S. and across the...

Planet Jesus – Prince of Peace – Ep. 8

“The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, The leopard shall lie down with the young goat, The calf and the young lion and the fatling together; And a little...

Planet Jesus – Cain & Abel – Ep. 7

Cain and Abel 1946 by Keith Vaughan 1912-1977 “What always strikes me in the story of Cain and Abel is how often the word “brother” is used. Cain killed...

Planet Jesus – Phishing for Phools on the Euphrates – Ep. 6

In this episode, some excellent scholarship on economics is reviewed. It reveals a fundamental weakness in humanity that makes us susceptible to manipulation. That scholarship is compared with some...

Planet Jesus – The Story of Us – Ep. 5

Despite the pain Despite the suffering Despite the threats Choose hope Choose the future Choose life

Planet Jesus – Suffering: Christianity’s Fine Print – Ep. 4

The Gospel is multidimensional – it claims that believers will both prosper and that they will suffer. How should we think about suffering?