Difference between revisions of "Humor in the Bible"

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("The door turns on its hinges, and the lazy man on his bed" - If that's not funny, I don't know what is)
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* "The door turns on its hinges, and the lazy man on his bed" (Proverbs 26:14). [http://jewsforjesus.org/publications/issues/15_10/biblehumor]
  
 
* Humor brings God closer to humankind. For instance, God seems more understandable and less aloof when he is sarcastic. We mortals note that even omniscience and omnipotence do not prevent one from being hurt by straying children. Humorous stories and exaggerations make the moral lessons of the Hebrew Bible more memorable ... [http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/economic/friedman/bibhumor.htm]
 
* Humor brings God closer to humankind. For instance, God seems more understandable and less aloof when he is sarcastic. We mortals note that even omniscience and omnipotence do not prevent one from being hurt by straying children. Humorous stories and exaggerations make the moral lessons of the Hebrew Bible more memorable ... [http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/economic/friedman/bibhumor.htm]

Revision as of 10:27, 10 February 2009

  • "The door turns on its hinges, and the lazy man on his bed" (Proverbs 26:14). [1]
  • Humor brings God closer to humankind. For instance, God seems more understandable and less aloof when he is sarcastic. We mortals note that even omniscience and omnipotence do not prevent one from being hurt by straying children. Humorous stories and exaggerations make the moral lessons of the Hebrew Bible more memorable ... [2]