Hi There!

A spoof of the Chick Tract Hi There!

Another Chick tract designed to scare people to convert to Christianity rather than have them convert sincerely.

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Comments: 5
  • #1

    arian (Monday, 30 September 2013 03:19)

    Most every interpretation here you got from a religion called Christian, NOT from the proper interpretation of the Bible. Christianity was created by Constantine in about 325 AD, by those pagan multy-god worshiping gentiles who had no intention on serving the God of the Jewish Bible, especially teaching proper interpretation to the people they ruled over. Your interpretation here is no different than the Christian Religions. Get on your own two feet and try the Bibles-version.

  • #2

    reckersworld (Monday, 30 September 2013 04:53)

    I appreciate you commenting, but I suspect you're missing the point of these Chick Tracts. Yes, they are based on the teaching of Christians because it was a Christian who wrote them and incorporated his own warped views into them. These are parodies of HIS actual tracts. If you read others you will see that they are pointing out the flaws in many silly Christian beliefs. I agree that many Chick tract teachings do not line up with the bible. Thanks for reading.

  • #3

    trevor (Sunday, 16 July 2017 08:03)

    Truth is, if you were serious about ripping into Christianity and exposing it, you should show that you know something about it. Go on, find out whether Christianity is based on a lie, offer some real proof. Fact 1: Jesus lived. Fact 2: Jesus was crucified and died. Fact 3: His body went missing. (These facts are all accepted by reputable historians; to argue other than this shows total folly and ignorance.) However, what happened too his body is the big question? So where does the evidence lead us? If you really search this out, you will be surprised. Lee Strobel, for example, who was a staunched atheist and an award winning journalist for Chicago Tribune, had at least the integrity of trying to find out the answer to this, rather than regurgitating a diatribe of other people's ideas in an attempt to convince others that Christianity is false. Please do yourself a favor, put away your prejudices and seriously, and honestly, search out the matter for yourself, rather than creating straw man arguments. I was worse than you in this. But now I can say: Jesus is truly the Son of God, my Lord and Savior.

  • #4

    Recker (Sunday, 16 July 2017 15:37)

    Actually Trevor I was a Christian for the first 40 years of my life. So I know all about it. I was even in church leadership. The purpose of these Chick Tract spoofs is to expose them for the nonsense they are. It's you that needs to show you know something about it, not just follow what you've been taught. Your so-called facts are not facts at all. Fact 1) All we have is heresay evidence that Jesus existed. Even if he did there is no proof he was the son of God. Fact 2: Once again hearsay. Those who wrote the gospels were not around to witness this. 3: What happened to his body? The last explanation any rational person would come to is that it rose from the dead.
    Please do yourself a favour, Trevor. Quit listening to your religious leaders and actually do some real research. I have done my honest research. Did it for 40 years. How many years of honest research have you done?

  • #5

    Recker (Sunday, 16 July 2017 15:40)

    Trevor, please do point out what above in the chick tract spoof is incorrect and why.