An ecumenical set of jokes
Some religious jokes and humour
Firstly as he has been in the news recently here is the excellent Rowan Atkinson playing the Devil.
And this one about the couple converting to Orthodox Judaism
A couple, preparing for conversion, meet with the orthodox rabbi for their final session. The rabbi asks if they have any final questions. The man asks, “Is it true that men and women don’t dance together?”
“Yes,” says the rabbi, “For modesty reasons, men and women dance separately.”
“So I can’t dance with my own wife?”
“Well, okay,” says the man, “but what about sex?”
“That’s fine,” says the rabbi. “It’s a mitzvah (commandment from God ) within the marriage!”
“What about different positions?” the man asks.
“No problem,” says the rabbi.
“Woman on top?” the man asks.
“Why not?” replies the rabbi.
“Well, what about standing up?”
“NO, CERTAINLY NOT!” says the rabbi. “That could lead to dancing!”
No Jews or Christians will riot over these jokes
Not quite sure about what will result from this one though:
When a Christian or a Jew says ‘God told me to do it’, it’s normally to do with building a school or a hospital or working for a charity.
Far too often when a Muslim says ‘God told me to do it’, it is normally to do with blowing up a school, a hospital or a charity.