Lostaholics Anonymous and Christianity

Nikki Stafford has posted her latest installment in her blog series “Lostaholics Anonymous.” The subject is the finale and the way it polarized fans. Nikki discusses the fact that some were put off by the ending’s overt Christian overtones. In fact, some were put off by its non-Christian overtones, the pluralistic symbolism. But I think she is right that the religious element polarized viewers, and that she is also right to say that no one who paid attention to the show up until that point should have been particularly surprised by these elements.

Pay a visit to her blog and see what she has to say!

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