In Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl, N.D. Wilson has written a book unlike any other book I’ve read. Analogies, metaphors and colorful descriptions fill the book in Wilson’s feeble attempt to describe both the wonder of creation and the glory of the Creator. I say “feeble” because that is exactly how Wilson would describe it. Throughout the book, he is awestruck by the glory of God and wants to pull everyone aside in his unorthodox, sometimes irreverent manner to join him in his reverie. But it is this constant “wide-eyed wonder” that will leave you breathless, laughing, and dumbfounded at the sheer amazement of the world and the God whose glory is only dimly reflected in it.
I’ll be giving away a copy of Wilson’s book next week. The deadline for entering the drawing is Thursday night by midnight, December 10, 2009. To be entered in the drawing to win Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl, you can do one or more of the following. For each method you use, you’ll receive one entry into the drawing (3 entries possible).
- Post a comment below.
- Link to this post from your blog.
- On Twitter, RT “@Eskypades: Book Giveaway! Enter to win at http://wp.me/pzfPF-8X”
I’ll randomly select the winner sometime Friday afternoon, Dec.11, 2009. (Giveaway is open to US residents only.)