All right, people, we now have two separate threads going on down here devoted to bashing Jack Chick. Not that he’s not whack, but this is just piling on. So, to edify, amuse, and horrify you, several people who make old Jack look like the Voice of Sweet Reason:
Robert T. Lee (AKA the “Society” for the Practical Establishment and Perpetuation of the TEN COMMANDMENTS)
See Bob’s master plan, Day One: How would Christians govern America?. Yes, folks, the God-fearing Christians have just taken over the country by means of a “democratic election” (which just happened to be held at 3:47 A.M.) Let the mass executions begin! (There used to be a Part Two of this, which detailed how the New Order’s second decree was that all the homosexuals were to be put to death, but hardly any one even cared; IIRC, Pat Schroeder also went up against the wall.)
Be sure to check out Bob’s brand-spanking-new Constitution of America (which is at Bob’s other web site, ShadowGov.com–you too can be a judge!)–Bob’s not just speaking metaphorically when he talks about the “Kingdom of God”. Our new criminal code is due to be posted in June of this year–I can’t wait!
A double header:
Michael Wagner (who thinks R.J. Rushdoony was a tad too liberal when it came to the separation of church and state) argues that Presbyterianism should be the state religion. (From the same site, be sure to check out these heartwarming anti-Christmas carols. I especially like the line about “Servetus roasting in an open fire”.) Meanwhile, “Bishop” Mark A. Pivarunas (who’s more Catholic than the Pope; in fact, he’s so Catholic he’s been excommunicated–or rather, he has excommunicated everyone else) thinks that all those cults–like Pantheism and Satanism and Protestanism–should be outlawed. Now there’s a couple of guys it would be fun to lock in a small room together.
Sadly, Dr. Gary “Scary Gary” North’s website for the Institute for Christian Economics seems to be down right now. (Must be that Y2K bug.*) So, no direct links to such Northian gems as
or his defenses of stoning, or his call for the death penalty for doctors who perform abortions…and women who have abortions (not to mention the office receptionists at the abortion clinics).
*[sub]Although, in a weird kind of way, it takes a certain amount of integrity to leave a web site up in March 2001 for the all the world to see in which you confidently predict that our entire technological civilization will come crashing down on January 1, 2000.[/sub]