It is an easy and fun read but also very thought provoking.
In the book, "The Gospel According to Lost", Chris Seay weaves the storylines and characters of the best show on television into a conversation about our own lives.
I wasnt really hoping that this book would be something to reach the lost who watch Lost and maybe it will.
I'm a huge LOST fan, but this book was pushing it a little bit with it's connections to Christianity. It was OK, but not great.Published 14 months ago by Matt Anderson
The book takes an in depth look at the characters and how we relate to them. It points out the duality in each character and even the multiple levels of duality. Read morePublished on September 20, 2012 by weimert
Good read. From a lost point of view anyway.Book came in on time and that was appriciated. If you like the lost series....buy this.Published on July 18, 2012 by German
Chris Seay is a pastor of a church in Texas and also a die hard fan of the TV series "Lost" which ended two years ago on May 23, 2010. Read morePublished on May 24, 2012 by S. Warfield
There are thousands of interpretations on what LOST the TV series was really about. This book gives a very interesting religious take on the characters, the location, etc. Read morePublished on February 6, 2011 by seeker
Not being an avid watcher of "Lost" made this book very interesting to read. When Thomas Nelson offered the book, I am not sure what I was going to receive, but was... Read more
When I saw that The Gospel According to Lost was available for me to review through Thomas Nelson, I requested it immediately. Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by Jen