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The Gospel According to Lost

The Gospel According to Lost

By Chris Seay
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.57 Stars

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On 10/16 BW wrote: My disclaimer is that I don't have the attention span for a series like Lost, and so it will likely end up in my Netflix queue and be fully digested once I make time for it.  This retelling of dozens of biblical stories and biographies is compelling content interpreted in a commonly accepted ... Lost: Not for the Short Attention Span

BW's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/4 Steve Glei wrote: Intrigued 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 intrigued by the fact that it was written by Chris Seay and desire connect ancient with the contemporary. I believe that ... The Gospel According to Lost

Steve's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/3 Jen Pfluke wrote: Author: Chris SeayPublisher: Thomas NelsonPublish date: December 2009When I saw that The Gospel According to Lost was available for me to review through Thomas Nelson, I requested it immediately. Of course, I didn't take into consideration the fact that I was, at that point, a season behind on Lost and ... review: the gospel according to lost

Jen's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/17 Mama wrote: Viewers of LOST recognize the show is full of spiritual connotations at every turn. In our search for deeper understanding, we ask ourselves questions in an attempt to discover the significance of the events. Chris Seay examines the spiritual and personal battles of Lost’s characters and how to apply ... Book Review: The Gospel According to Lost by Chris Seay

Mama's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/2 Dan wrote: When I dove into The Gospel According to Lost I was hoping that it would present the gospel using characters and stories from one of my favorite shows, Lost; what I expected I never received. Chris Seay does a great job of taking pieces of the hit show Lost and explaining them - pulling out spiritual ... Not What I Expected But Good Nonetheless

Dan's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/16 Jessica Gunning wrote: Now that the LOST series is over and many fans were left disappointed, I am finally getting around to reviewing the book that took much of what the series did offer throughout its creation and life and used it to explain spiritual concepts.This was a more difficult read for me to get into than I thought ... The Gospel According to LOST

Jessica's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/28 mikesingletary wrote: It’s hard to not be aware of the buzz revolving around the epic ABC show LOST. Never before have I seen such discussion, wonder, love, hatred, confusion, and excitement over a television series as I have with this show. In his book, The Gospel According To LOST, Chris Seay dissects the vast array of ... The Gospel According To LOST

mikesingletary's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/15 Wendy Harbottle wrote: The Gospel according to Lost explores the elements of the TV show Lost in an analysis of faith and metaphor and places itself as a resource to those who want to go deeper in the journey.As a big Lost fan and a television producer I found this book disappointing. I’m not sure what I had been expecting ... Chris Seay: The Gospel According to Lost (A review)

Wendy Harbottle's Rating:

2 Stars

On 5/24 Adam Wren wrote: Lost - the mind-bending, convention-shattering, time-traveling television phenomenon that gripped some 20 million viewers over 6 seasons - is finally over. In its wake, now, are viewers who likely fall at one end of an island-sized spectrum: those who loved the finale, and those who loathed it. Perhaps ... Chris Seay's The Gospel According to Lost

Adam's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/12 Faith Normand wrote: If you are a "Lostie" then this book demands your attention. I am a new "Lostie" because of this book and I was totally enthralled in Chris Seay's take on the series and the passengers of Oceanic 815. A whole new island, new views on characters and a new take on the series as a whole was opened up to ... The Gospel According to LOST by Chris Seay

Faith's Rating:

4 Stars