No, I’m not going to weigh in on the theological significance of lost. Actually, I can’t. I’m still about four episodes behind. So, I didn’t get to watch the finale last night. But, apparently others are far more current in their Lostology and have prepared some reflections for your theological enjoyment. Two in particular look interesting (though I haven’t read either of them for fear of spoilers).
- Over at Huffington Post Bradley Onishi has an article titled “I Once Was Found and Now I Am Lost: Reflections on the Religious and Spiritual Dimensions of Lost“
- And James McGrath, who has bee posting comments on Lost for a while now, has one called “LOST Places In The Heart: Making sense of LOST now that it is over“
If you’re aware of any other good posts on the subject, feel free to let us know.
[Update: Here’s another from Relevant Magainze]