Shucks, it’s a tract printed on Tyvek(tm) or some similar tear-resistant material. So, poor ol’ Ray has to depend on modern science to try to pretend that there is something magical happening. Funny how a pair of scissors or a nice knife can overwhelm this sad attempt at using parlor tricks to convince someone of a divine being. Humans are pretty clever tool users.
Let’s look at the back, shall we?
Ah, always great to see TrueChristians depending on anything but their god. Hmm, Ray, have you lied, oh, about how something can be torn? Are you choosing to lie to try to trick people? For all of the claims of hell, it seems that it’ll be full up with TrueChristians like Ray. as for that last sentence “Then read the Bible daily and obey what you read (see John 14:21). God will never let you down.” I wonder, how many people has Ray killed for breaking that Sabbath that Christians can’t quite agree on when it is. Or is this just something that is too inconvenient to obey if you read it? (and for observant readers who want to know what John 14:21 says, I’ll even give you a bit more: “20 On that day you will realize that I am in my Father, and you are in me, and I am in you.21 Whoever has my commands and keeps them is the one who loves me. The one who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I too will love them and show myself to them.”)
You can get a whole 5 of them for $7. And indeed as Ray says in his newsletter, you’d better get out there and do something useless like put a tract somewhere and pay him for them, because, well, let’s have Ray say it himself “Are you going to leave a gospel tract somewhere today? Whatever you do, do something today. Tomorrow may never come.”