3 Religious Jokes To Tickle Your Funny Bone

“I’m lonely,” Adam told God in the Garden of Eden. “I need to have someone around for company.” “Okay,” replied God. “I’ll give you the perfect companion. She is beautiful, intelligent and gracious, she’ll cook and clean for you and never say a cross word.” “Sounds great,” Adam said. “But what’s she going to cost?” “An arm and a leg” answered God. “That’s pretty steep,” replied Adam. “What can I get for a rib?”

Three engineers are arguing about which is better, mechanical engineering, or electrical, or civil — and the mechanical engineer says, “God must’ve been a mechanical engineer — look at the joints in the human body.” And the second says, “No, God must’ve been an electrical engineer — look at the nervous system.” And the third said: “God had to be a civil engineer, cause who else would’ve run a waste disposal pipeline right through a great recreational area?”

A minister died and went to heaven and ahead of him at the Pearly Gate was a guy in sunglasses and a leather jacket and the guy said to St. Peter. “I’m Joe Nestorenko, cabdriver of Las Vegas.” Saint Peter gave him a golden robe and golden staff and then it was the minister’s turn. “I am Elmer Lundberg, pastor of Zion Lutheran for forty five years.” Saint Peter gave him a cotton robe and wooden staff.” “But that man was a taxi driver? and he gets a golden robe? and golden staff?” And St. Peter said, “Up here, we go by results. While you preached, people slept; while he drove, people prayed.”

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