Yet Another New Jack Chick Comic

Jack Chick-Lake of Fire

Rejoice, dear reader. There’s a new tract from Jack Chick, who recently had his 92nd birthday. Although his output has been slowing down, and his “newsletter” is rarely updated, he’s still producing his unique material. We cheer whenever we see a new one.

Chick is the purveyor of the most mindless, theologically primitive version of raw, young-Earth creationism that can be found anywhere. We used to describe him as the world’s greatest theologian, philosopher, illustrator, communicator, and creationist. Ken Ham may have eclipsed him, but Chick is still fighting the good fight.

The title of Chick’s latest is Kitty In The Window, and you can read it online. It’s not about creationism, but anything from Chick is worth your time. The main characters are a brother and sister. The brother is a godless unbeliever, but his sister is a good girl who hands out Chick tracts. The brother gets sick, and his sister, despite his ridicule, goes out in the snow to distribute tracts.

Her last tract of the day saves a bitter old lady from suicide, while her brother goes to the hospital and dies a horrible death. The pic above this post is from near the end. It’s an inspiring message!

If you haven’t yet seen any of Chick’s comics, you can read them online using the links in this post: Creationist Comic Books. They’re classics — especially Big Daddy?

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, but beware of the profanity filters.

Okay, we now throw open the comments to you, dear reader. Have at it!

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7 responses to “Yet Another New Jack Chick Comic

  1. Eric Lipps

    The title of Chick’s latest is Kitty In The Window, and you can read it online. It’s not about creationism, but anything from Chick is worth your time. The main characters are a brother and sister. The brother is a godless unbeliever, but his sister is a good girl who hands out Chick tracts. The brother gets sick, and his sister, despite his ridicule, goes out in the snow to distribute tracts.

    So the sister’s supposed to be good because she goes around distributing Chick’s Crackpot Comics©? The Chicklet doesn’t think half badly of himself, does he?

    Isn’t vanity supposed to be a sin?

  2. Ah, yes, if you don’t worship the deity, the deity tortures you for eternity. Nice. Sounds like a human attribute to me, not a godly attribute.

  3. His soul goes down into the lake of fire.

    But… how does a soul burn?

  4. Well, comics are all well and good for reaching the intellectually-challenged, but I think popular music an even more effective channel.

    And in generous spirit to our Creationist brethren, let me offer this IFFZ re-working of an old John Lennon anthem for their tuneful use:

    Intuit we’re not monkeys,
    It’s easy if you lie;
    No ape within us,
    Above us: The Big Guy!
    Imagine all the sheeple
    Giving to the ‘Tute… Aha-ah…

    Intuit there’s no Reason,
    For it’s too hard to think;
    Bullsh*t to shill and lie for,
    And old religion’s stink.
    Imagine all the Loonies
    In charge of the Bin…

    Intuit no transgressions,
    Or blunders in God’s Will;
    Full speed for greed and anger,
    A smother-hood of swill.
    Imagine all the zealots
    Running all the world… You, ooo, ooo–

    You may say I’m a moron,
    But I’m not the only fool;
    I hope someday you’ll join us
    And the world will drown in drool!

  5. intellecually-challenged

    ?

    Clearly, orthographically-challenged and maladroit folks such as myself should not cast the first stone!

    O Great Hand of Correction, in abject humility I cravenly beseech Thee to &c &c

    [*Voice from above*] Yes, yes. All is well now.

  6. Ed, given that it burns for all of eternity, I’m going with, “poorly.”

  7. Dave Luckett

    The best thing about poking fun at Chick, who richly deserves it, is that it really pokes fun at all Christianity. A belief in a literal burning Hell to which scoffers and unbelievers are eternally consigned, is one that most of the Churches have been assiduously soft-pedaling for centuries now, but it is still a required belief. Jesus attested to it, not once but repeatedly, in the Gospels. There’s no blinking at it, this is what Christians are supposed to believe.

    Of course, no moral person could worship a God who would do this. The Churches don’t want to say much about it, therefore. So we should be grateful to Jack Chick. His work is horrible, just exactly as this Christian doctrine is horrible, and the more people come into contact with it, the better.