Release date: 1972
Description: His platoon laughed at him, but his testimony led his sergeant to Christ.
Dimensions: 13 x 7cm (24-pages).
This little comic booklet is known as a Chick tract. They are short evangelical gospel tracts, originally created and published by the late American publisher and religious cartoonist Jack T. Chick. Several Chick tracts have expressed controversial viewpoints. Most notably, Chick tracts express strong anti-Catholic views, as well as criticisms of other faiths, including Judaism, Islam, and Mormonism.
Chick tracts end with a suggested prayer for the reader to pray to accept Jesus Christ. In most of these tracts it is a standard sinner's prayer for salvation. In the tracts dealing with "false religions", the prayer includes a clause to reject these religions. Included with the prayer are directions for converting to Christianity, which is also repeated on the inside back panel along with steps to take should the reader convert to Christianity.
Chick publications has been designated an active hate group, and some Chick tracts have been subject to censorship and investigated for hate speech.
Flat rate of $10 for orders under $200. Free shipping for orders over $200.
Express post calculated at checkout according to current rates. All orders sent tracked via Australia Post.
Most orders are shipped withing 48 hour, usually sooner. See full details.
Odd Mountain accepts a wide range of payment methods.
In addition to card payments by Shop Pay and PayPal, you can choose from the following installment billing services: Afterpay, Zip, LatitudePay, Klarna and Humm.
Usually ready in 24 hours
Oddities, antiques, curios + more in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia and online.
+ All major credit cards
Shop photos by de lumière photography