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Notes From The Tilt-A-Whirl Wide-Eyed Wonder in God's Spoken World
By N.D. Wilson
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 6/22 Kristi Stephens wrote: Somehow Wilson manages to look at the existence of God, the nature of good and evil, the reality of hell, and other such "light" topics in a poetic, sarcastic, highly unusual, dizzying, and sometimes provocative way. I really do feel like I am spinning a bit after stepping off a carnival ride... do ... A wild and wonderful ride!
On 4/7 Becky Williams wrote: I received the book Notes from the Tilt-A-Whirl (Wide-Eyed Wonder in God's Spoken World) by N.D. Wilson for free from Thomas Nelson Publishers to review it. Instantly it took me back to my high school sociology class. We read some really neat things in that class that challenged how we viewed other ... Notes from the Tilt-A-Whirl by N.D. Wilson
On 1/30 Chase Clemons wrote: It’s exciting, fun, sometimes scary, and even nauseating at times. That’s life as seen through the view of a tilt-a-whirl. And unfortunately, that’s how I felt when I finished reading N.D. Wilson’s Notes from a Tilt-a-Whirl. The book review describes it as “a visual, ... Book Review- Notes from a TiltaWhirl
On 11/12 John Hollandsworth, MD wrote: If you’ve never ridden on one, a tilt-a-whirl is an old carnival ride where you have these wild turns and spins that sometimes make you smile, sometimes take your breath away, and sometimes make you nauseated. On the whole, it’s an enjoyable jaunt, but after a while it seems like you keep going around ... Book Review: Notes From the Tilt-a-Whirl
On 11/2 jo ann ray wrote: Life is a giant, crazy circus, and our home is the tilt-a-whirl that tosses and confuses us. But it is exhilarating and loads of fun. Wilson asks all of life’s big and little questions and takes it all in with the wide-eyed wonder of a curious, energetic child. He takes us with him, through the ... notes from the tilt a whirl
On 10/23 Vershal Hogan wrote: N.D. Wilson has done a good thing with his book, “Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl” — he argues for a creator and then he argues that creation is good, a notion lost to many evangelicals today. At times, Wilson examines the whole of the world from the subatomic level — quarks, leptons and other tiny things that ... Book Review: N.D. Wilson’s “Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl”
On 10/16 Tony M wrote: The book “Notes from the Tilt-A-Whirl” (by N. D. Wilson) is one of the best I have read recently. This book characterizes God's creation in imaginative ways that may elude those of us stuck in the doldrums of daily life. Wilson's perspective on life, from ants to giant oaks, is refreshing and reminds ... Wonderful book about "everything"
On 10/16 Brandon Vogt wrote: Some people see the world as boring, as nothing more than drab monotony. Others--including writers like C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton, Annie Dillard, and Frederick Buechner--see whim all around them; the enchantment constantly penetrating our world. These latter types take seriously Jesus' admonition ... Be Enchanted
On 10/14 Marcus Daly wrote: I used to love going to the carnival. I liked all the rides, but especially the ones that spun you, flung you around and of course the roller coasters that when really fast. In N.D. Wilson's book Notes from the Tilt-A-Whirl you go on such a ride but never leave the ground. Wilson takes a different ... A whole new look
On 10/11 Amy Coxwell wrote: This review has been a long time coming, mainly because my dog managed to chew through a majority of it. I read Notes from a Tilt-A-Whirl by N.D. Wilson in one day, but it has taken me much longer to sift through the half-eaten chapters and write a review of this beautiful book. In Notes from a Tilt-A-Whirl, ... Notes from a Tilt-A-Whirl