Everybody loves Chick Tracts. They’re chicktastic if not tractastic!
There’s something for everyone here!
Catholics should read This one to learn the true founder of the church (Hint: It’s Satan)
Fans of DND should heed the warnings found in this tract Dark dungeons
Sin: I highly recommend you read this and change your wicked ways: Big Daddy
Here is a tract that has been dumbed down so that it’s perfect for children One way
And this is a TOTALLY diferent tract specifically for Native Americans The True Path
A mixed up college student gets healed from the sin acquired at liberal U. and learns the right choice between evolution and Jesus.It’s Coming
Finally something for the gays out there, here’s the lovely Doom Town (The first two panels are the best)
That wacky satan, always gettin’ into trouble. Stickin’ it to the Man.
Wacky Editifyin’: Oh, and I wonder if Jack Chick knows that his grammar and vocabulary abilities are on par with about a third grader.
I found Doom Town in a Dunkin Donuts bathroom once. My friends and I found it hilarious.
Whew, reading the Big Man has sure saved me. I’ll just tear apart my science teacher with shoddy research from a SINGLE, BIASED source next time I don’t do my homework, and she’ll find God and quit the quit the school.
Oh, and I know that GOD DOESN’T PLAY GAMES.
God destroyed Dinotopia.
I don’t quite remember the cross dressers when I read sodom and gomorah.
Well, Catholics like me KNOW we are worshiping Semiramis but we don’t say anything about it! If we did, the Pope would have our legs broke (he can do that you know, since the Vatican controls the world’s wealth, along with the Shriners who are at least half as powerful as the Freemasons).
You gotta love those wacky, crazy, empty-headed fundamentalists.
(And at the same time, hope that they aren’t right.)
The big daddy one is ridiculous. He tries to sound scientifical but his definitions are either wrong (i.e.: having muscles attached to a bone does not mean the bone cannot be vestigial), false (star and chemicals evolution have been proved), or show half-truths (there are many hominids from which full or nearly full skeletons have been found).
Ah, reading these is like I’m back in parochial school again. >.>
I’ve laughed at these many times, but this time I wonder, what sort of circumstances would produce a Jack Chick? Here’s my vision: He failed high school science. He tried to blame it on a hex from his level 3 cleric friend. His nun teacher made him go to confession for lying. Thereat he was molested. He attempted to find sanctuary at a liberal university, where he would be better understood, but he made no friends and was failing all his classes, so he joined a fundamentalist youth group. To win their friendship, he wrote pro-fundamentalist tracts with obscure pagan references that he remembered from his D&D days, such as Semirasis. The fundamentalist group used the Chick comics on its next proselytization run, told other fundamentalist groups all about the comics, and encouraged Chick to sell his work. So, Jack Chick became rich by being a failure at life.
You can’t forget “Angels?” Rock music is evil, and created by Satan. I bet you never saw that one coming! :eek:
A lovely mix of comical and infuriating ignorance. Someone ought to make one about how the internet was created by the devil and send it to him.
Wow, the one for American Indians is insulting. I almost thought I’d gone to the link for the kiddy one again.
I find that Catholic article so offensive. Every fucking year on campus a bunch of assholes like that come here and tell me I’m going to hell because I’m a Catholic. I fucking hate this country.