The Millers looked like the
ideal family. But beneath that
veneer were the same hurts and failings that afflict millions.
See how they learn to obey God in a few simple ways that change their lives...and their marriage.
Most of us have seen Jack Chick's "comic" tracts, which attempt to bring the lost sheep home with a concoction of non-sequiteur Bible verses and poor illustrations. However, this was the first time we'd seen a longer work by Chick. It promised everything that's so wonderful about the comics, just more of it. The plot is very simple: various situations come up around the Miller household, and miraculously benevolent cousin Mark is there to lend a hand. It is a paean to the joys of being lectured by a holier-than-thou do-gooder all day every day.
The copyright date says 1978, though even if it didn't I could probably
pinpoint the decade from the wonderful outfits and glorious hairstyles
we'll be treated to in this... <ahem> work.
|Andrew:||Jack Chick's got one solution to their problems, but it might be easier just to wipe their seed from the earth.|
Table of Contents
|The Friendly Fanatic|
|The Ugly Truth|
|Until Death Us Do Part|
|The Good Samaritan|
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