Jack Thomas Chick (April 13, 1924 – October 23, 2016) was an American cartoonist and publisher, best known for his evangelical fundamentalist ChristianChick tracts“, which presented his perspective on a variety of issues throughsequential-art morality plays.

 

Many of Chick’s views were controversial, as he accused Roman Catholics, Freemasons, Muslims, Jews and many other groups of murder and conspiracies.[3] 

Chick’s views have been spread mostly through the tracts and more recently, online. His company, Chick Publications, says it has sold over 750 million tracts,[5] comics tracts and comic books, videos, books, and posters designed to promote Evangelical Protestantism from a Christian fundamentalist perspective or point of view. They have been translated into more than 100 languages.[6] Chick was an Independent Baptist who followed a premillennialdispensationalist view of the End Times.

He was a believer in the King James Only movement, which posits that every English translation of the Bible more recent than 1611 promotes heresy or immorality.[7]

Damien

01 November 2016

Controversial evangelical cartoonist Jack Chick died in his sleep at the age of 92 on Sunday, with secular news sources highlighting his legacy of offending Roman Catholics, Jews, Muslims and others, though supporters remembered his “soul-winning” mission.

 

Jack Chick passed away on the evening of October 23, peacefully in his sleep.

He was  interred in a small private ceremony.   He only became ‘offensive’ in this crazy day and age???