Chick Tracts


Jack Chick is a mysterious, reclusive artist who has dominated the “scare you silly” genre of gospel tracts. These tracts have been popular because, theoretically, people tend to read them for the illustrated stories and then end up saved as a result.

In reality, the main purpose of these tracts is to keep fundy children lying awake at night on the lookout for demons that might be sneaking into their room to make make them gay or (worse yet) tempt them to play Dungeons & Dragons games.

There are many life lessons to be learned from Chick Tracts. Hurricane Katrina was caused by America not supporting Israel. Stories about the Tooth Fairy and Santa Clause make kids not believe in Jesus. Halloween candy contains deadly razor blades and poison placed by witches to want to make kids into human sacrifices.

How could the scores of check-out clerks, gas station attendants, and waitresses who receive these little gems possibly avoid being saved after reading such tales?

4 Responses to Chick Tracts

  1. Matt says:

    Oh, wow. I needed a good belly-laugh this morning.

  2. JTR says:

    Why don’t you go fight something that is actually WORTH fighting against instead of hurting the very cause of Christ. Yeah, so he is not perfect. That’s why men didn’t write the Bible. SO instead of criticizing, why not post tracts you DO approve of?

    Oh yeah, cuz you’re a HATER.

  3. unknown says:

    also what couldn’t make a jack chick tract complete without a 1, conspiracy about the vatican 2, gay terrorism 3,prejudice against muslims 4, and what i thought was really messed up, the guy who was honest and nice still goes to hell and the bastard who gets “saved” at the last minute still goes to heaven

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