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The gospel according to Lost

Author: Chris Seay
Publisher: Nashville : Thomas Nelson, ©2009.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Seay
ISBN: 9780849920721 0849920728
OCLC Number: 422760564
Description: xxiv, 195 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. Embracing the mystery --
2. Life as backgammon --
3. Numbers don't lie- Hurley: patron saint of blessed losers --
4. Sayid Jarrah: patron saint of tormented Humanitarians --
5. Kate Austen: patron saint of beautiful killers --
6. James "Sawyer" Ford: patron saintof kindhearted con men --
7. Man of science, man of faith: saint Jack and saint John --
8. Locke and the island: John Locke (1632-1704) --
9. Jack Shephard: patron saint of wounded healers --
10. Jesus wrote a best seller --
11. Eko: patron saint of warlord priests --
12. John Locke: patron saint of the fatherless --
13. Sun and Jin: patron saints of discontented fishermen --
14. Benjamin Linus: patron saint of dutiful tyrants --
15. Jacob: patron saint of fathers --
16. The lovers: Desmond Hume and Penelope Widmore --
17. Daniel Faraday: patron saint of mystic scientists.
Responsibility: Chris Seay.

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