Suppose Earth was t the only planet God populated! The mighty U. S. Air Force had humbled itself in asking Earth's only resident extraterrestrial, Gam'man, for help. After sixty years of unsuccessfully dealing with the greatest embarrassment in its history, it was desperate to establish reciprocal communications with occupants of Earth's Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO's). Gam'man could t have been more surprised at the first question asked by the only respondent to his unique telepathic broadcast. The young female maverick, Son-tu's, question was: Do you kw the Creator? Was it to be her destiny to evangelize the people of Gam'man's pagan home planet, Jun'or? He did t think so: After all, would t God raise up a people just as He did the Israelites on Earth? And then there was the matter of who would prophecy judgment for the likely rebellion against Him. And what if-in punishment-the Laws of Electronics were supernaturally suspended? In this metaphor for Earth's own evils and rejection of the Gospel, how would a faithful few fare against the minions loosed by Lucifre, given that Christ's First Coming had t yet occurred on Jun'or?