It’s amazing. Jack Chick had his 92nd birthday last month. Although his output has been slowing down, and his “newsletter” hasn’t been updated for months, he’s still producing his unique material. We cheer whenever we see a new one, and that just happened today.
The title is Soul Survivor, and you can read it online. It’s about two kids who never heard of the soul before. The first two frames above this post are from the start of the comic. Then a kindly gentlemen explains it to them. One kid gets saved, but the other … well, the third frame is from near the end of the comic.
As we’ve done before with posts about Jack Chick, we’re declaring this to be an Intellectual Free Fire Zone. Talk about whatever you think is interesting — science, politics, philosophy, etc. Banter, babble, bicker, bluster, blubber, blather, blab, blurt, burble, boast — say what you will. But beware of the profanity filters.
But wait! First we’re going to offer you a little poem we composed, inspired by Jack Chick’s new comic. We know it’s horrible:
O Muse! Assist me as I strum my lyre
And sing about the Lake of Fire
A subject of which I never tire
‘Cause I don’t wanna go there when I expire
What, I ask, do the gods require
What will protect me from their ire
And keep me from a fate so dire
As the frightful, fearsome Lake of Fire
It’s worst than we feared. Perhaps you can do better Okay, we now throw open the comments to you, dear reader. Have at it!
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