The question is: Is he climbing back IN or escaping OUT?
Composition. A friend of mine, Martin Bakker, once told me that a good painting is all about composition. I never knew what it meant, until oneday I drew a pitcher with a rhino in the foreground, and a tree in the background. However, it looked like the tree was growing out of the rhino's head. That's bad composition. This pitcher is the same. It looks like the woman is looking out of the window to the man having his quiet time, when in fact, she's sitting behind her typewriter. Unless, of course, it is intended to look like that.
But how will he clasp his hands in prayer???
Man: "Pardon me, but how would you like to hear about a path to financial freedom? Arminian Amway can be the answer to all of your financial needs."Woman: "Oh yeah, then why are you climbing up the side of a building...?Man: "The doorman wouldn't let me in the building. He's a Calvinist."
Shouldn't he be reading "My Utmost for His Highest"?
After turning the persistent salesman away, Francine heard a clambering outside of her 15th story window."Buy...*pant pant*....Da*wheeze* BOOK!*gasp*"
A graduate of Ray Comfort's intense evangelism school, "Way of the Militant", this ministry marine, Calvin Climbswell was not willing to take no for an answer. The bulldog doorman was but a small obstacle for this agile angler!
The only way Tom Ascol could attend the Southern Baptist Convention and still enjoy his copy of Against Calvinism by Peterson, Eddings & Cardwell, was to read it outside of his room on the ledge... since the convention organizers found out that this original copy of Against Calvinism was really a PARODY and it WASN'T against Calvinism!