Jack Chick’s work was hate literature, with a theological overlay.
He had a rather long enemies list. He hated the Roman Catholic Church, Mormons, gays and lesbians, New Age religion, Dungeons and Dragons, Muslims, Freemasons. Any biblical translation that was not the King James Version was a heretical work, allied with the Devil.
Think of Dana Carvey’s “Church Lady” in printed form, and you get Jack Chick’s work.
And, yes — Jack Chick hated Jews — or, more precisely, Judaism. His booklet “Where’s Rabbi Waxman?” portrays a particularly righteous ultra-Orthodox rabbi who dies, but because he died “in his sin,” he went to hell.
This is raw, unabated, Jew-hatred.