Jason Powell looks into the past with these terrific pictures. He combines present and past shots.

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Allow me to turn into an annoying LOST fan for a few moments. Here are some interesting takes on the religious symbolism of these final episodes:

  • Chris Seay thinks it’s about Jacob and Esau, a theory I’ve long considered, although I’m wavering now.
  • Amy Hall on the show’s vacillation between a God of grace and a God of judgment.
  • Nancy Guthrie on the show’s portrayal of earning forgiveness.
  • Philip thinks the show is telling the mythological story of Lilith. This proposal has some merit.
  • Oscar Dahl thinks that the point of LOST is that there is no point. We’re all lost.
  • Here’s what I think. This show better not end with someone waking up from a bad dream. That worked for Newhart. But I think I would pull my hair out if it’s the ending of LOST.
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​Trevin Wax is managing editor of The Gospel Project at LifeWay Christian Resources, husband to Corina, father to Timothy, Julia, and David. You can follow him on Twitter. Click here for Trevin’s full bio.

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