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10 thoughts on “The Sacred Art of Joking

  1. says:

    Good insights here and there, but it didn t hang together Mostly lame.


  2. says:

    We might think that people won t get easily offended in this post Christian and social media saturated age But that s not the case especially when we joke about someone s religion James Cary sets out to explain this and other issue surrounding humor and Christianity in this book, The Sacred Art of Joking.The title is one reason I requested a review copy and I think people who might not even be familiar with the author will do that also The catchy title grabs hold of me We ll it did deliver the goods but not with some rough parts For those who are not familiar with some references it will be a bit bumpy Also there are parts that really nailed it and some parts that took you off the rail Nevertheless, discussion about how humor works, the French satire Charlie Hebdo, and why comedians don t usually poke fun with Islam are some of the highlights of this book By that you ll consider The Sacred Art of Joking a worthwhile read.The Sacred Art of Joking primarily seeks to present comedy as a part of the Christian experience and it did in some point Cary raises some concern on how jokes are presented in either in church or secular setting Cary wants us to consider the comedy found in the Scripture and presents the Bible a dark and gritty book A delightful and fresh read for those the curious on a Christian perspective on using humor from a comedy writer.My verdict 4 out of 5


  3. says:

    Is humor worth the price Notes Superheroes are Christ figures Have to sacrifice themselves or make themselves vulnerable in some way Here s a man going around proving he has power over death itself There s only one thing to do kill him Offense is a poor measure of the appropriateness of a joke Personal note the author derives this principle from Jesus s willingness to offend His hearers I m not convinced this is a categorical imperative Given the track record of the Pharisees, Christians should think twice before crying Offensive Personal note I m reminded of Bruce s advice out joy themAuthor says the reason comics don t lampoon Islam isn t so much because they re cowards or because they hate Christianity It has to do with familiarity Because we have a shared knowledge of Christianity, it makes for better joke telling Comedy stems from incongruity What is the use in having the right to do something if you never have an opportunity to exercise that right When all is said and done, the joke is on us So we might as well have a good laugh


  4. says:

    I generally like this book Comedy is my favourite genre of entertainment In part one of the book I learned a lot about the technicalities of comedy It gives me the way to describe some aspects I already know or observe Part two enlightens me about the relationship between Christianity and comedy.I wish it stopped there Reading part three feels like following sport commentators or financial segments on TV it seem to say a lot of things, but I don t get what the author is actually trying to say What s the punchline Maybe it is just the author thinking out loud geeking out about comedy.


  5. says:

    A serious book then it first looks, this book deals with all sorts of humour, and can be useful even for a none theological thinker, although there is a section on the humour of the bible that is very interesting to the theologian in me.It was a very interesting thoughtful read, from an experienced source, and I would recommend it for those not sure about how to deal with humour in the Christian religion, those interested in that topic and also those who wish to know how best to utilise it.


  6. says:

    I enjoyed the expos of hilarity and humor in the bible Scripture is a script JC James Cary not Jesus Christ


  7. says:

    Some interesting observations and entertaining stories, but didn t quite hold together as a book.


  8. says:

    Alas Too short.


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