All work and no play makes this catechist a dull boy. So I’m getting some much needed R & R!
While I’m on vacation until late July, I thought it’d be fun to share some of my favorite jokes from my books, A Well-Built Faith and The Bible Blueprint. Here’s today’s contribution:
A scientist decided to take the initiative and create human life from scratch. He called out to God and said, “God, we no longer need you. Science has developed to the point where we can create human beings without your initiative.” God said, “Oh, is that so? Let’s have a human-being making contest, but we have to agree to do this just like I did back in the old days with Adam and Eve.” “Sure,” replied the scientist who then bent down and grabbed himself a handful of dirt to get started.” God interrupted him with a smile and said, “Oh no you don’t. You go make your own dirt!”
I remember this one!
Thanks for posting your jokes, it’s easier to access them here than looking for them in your books 🙂 I’ve shared it with my brother in law priest and he loves them!