If you're looking for funny-jocular—as in jokes featuring generic irony or the recreational, practical, mischievous, and even malicious subtypes of the genre—there's the tale of Tamar and Judah (Genesis 38:11– 30) or, ...
Author: Charles D. Barrett
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
"In these meditations upon Scripture, the author quickly, lightly opens up the sacred text to us in a way that--to my knowledge--has never been attempted in the entire history of the Christian faith. Through irony, pun, parody, spoof, and joke he reads Scripture with tongue in cheek, a rhyme in his pen, and a smile on his face. If you ever wondered what the Bible would sound like if it were written by Ogden Nash (and who hasn't?), here it is, Charlie Barrett's religious rhymes."--William H. Willimon, acclaimed author and Dean of the Chapel emeritus, Duke University