The New Republic reports that Jack Chick, publisher of the infamous Literalist Christian propaganda booklets aka tracts has passed to his everlasting reward. I don’t think there’s an occultist or free thinker in America that didn’t get a chuckle from these and many were/are avid collectors. The New Republic states:
“Chick, who produced hundreds of fundamentalist Christian tracts over 50 years, passed yesterday at the age of 92. He was initially known for tracts like “This Was Your Life,” which used compelling and sometimes frightening visuals to depict fundamentalist beliefs about hell and salvation. His contribution to the Satanic Panic rightfully earned him public infamy, as did his fear-mongering about feminism, LGBT rights, New Age spirituality, and even Catholicism.”
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