A PRIEST, A MINISTER, AND A RABBI: THREE JOKES

All my life I’ve enjoyed hearing, reading and memorizing jokes (particularly story-jokes with a dark twist at the end). And so I recently began compiling some of my favorite jokes, which may someday appear as a book. And while gathering my favorite “Priest, Minister and Rabbi” jokes I got an idea for some original ones.

A CHRISTIAN NATION, PART 1

The police officer knocked on the priest’s door and said “Father, I’ve got good news and bad news… America has finally been federally declared a Christian nation!”
“Wonderful! At last all America will bask in the true light of Christ. …So what’s the bad news?”
“Senate voted the national church is Baptist, so if you don’t jump in this tub right now you’re under arrest.”

A CHRISTIAN NATION, PART 2

The police officer knocked on the Baptist minister’s door and said “Reverend, I’ve got good news and bad news… America has finally been federally declared a Christian nation! And the Senate voted that the national church is Baptist!”
“Wonderful! At last all America will bask in the true light of Christ. …So what’s the bad news?”
“The Senate subcommittee also voted that your sermons are too long, your songs are too fast, and anyone caught hand-clapping will pay a thirty-dollar fine.”

A CHRISTIAN NATION, PART 3

The police officer knocked on the Rabbi’s door and said “Rabbi, I’ve got good news and bad news… America has been federally declared a Christian nation.”
The Rabbi pondered this, then asked, “So what’s the good news?”
“Jesus is the Good News! Now get on the train.”

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