The Gospel According to Lost by Chris Seay

December 28, 2009

Every Christian Lost lover should spend a few hours with Chris Seay’s new book, “The Gospel According to Lost”. Filled with tidbits of plotlines, back-stories, and trivia for Lost connoisseurs, Seay’s new book won’t disappoint.

For the diehard fan who silences their cell phone, logs off Facebook, and forgets about Twitter for the entire 60 minutes or the one who doesn’t mind missing a few episodes and playing catch-up via water cooler discussion or ABC’s message boards, this book will entertain while offering valuable insight and application into Scripture and for our lives.

Several times during the book, I found myself being reminded of past storylines relevant to the program and even though I was intrigued, I never took the time to research certain trivia (such as every book, chapter, and verse on Eko’s ‘Jesus stick’). Thanks to Chris Seay, now I know.

Whether we get our Lost questions answered in Season 6 or not, life is about two types of people- those lost and those saved. Seay’s book is a reminder that life is that simple. If only our favorite television show was.

Disclaimer: I received this book as a member of Thomas Nelson’s Book Review Blogger program.

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4 Comments Add your own

  •    Brian  |  December 28th, 2009 at 3:49 pm     Reply

    i hope to read it. thanks for the review.

  •    Katherine  |  December 28th, 2009 at 4:13 pm     Reply

    I hope to read it, too! It sounds good and I cannot wait for LOST to start again!! They will have some fans watching from China!! 🙂

    I need to pay better attention, as I am a Thomas Nelson review blogger member also, but missed out on this!

    Thanks for the review!

  •    Renee Johnson  |  December 29th, 2009 at 12:28 am     Reply

    I am reading the book RIGHT now as part of the TN Blogger Review program as well. And well said-I log off Facebook, silence my cell phone, and stay off Twitter for the duration of the show too!! Great review 🙂

  •    jel  |  December 29th, 2009 at 1:18 am     Reply

    I was going to say that ” I bet lit bro had arady read it 😉 “

    but i c he hasn’t

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