Best Religious Humor Books

Here you will get Best Religious Humor Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.

1. Would You Rather?: The Book Of Silly, Challenging, and Downright Hilarious Questions for Kids, Teens, and Adults(Game Book Gift Ideas)(Vol.1)

Author: by Dan Gilden
82 pages

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LOOKING FOR FUN-FILLED GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS AND TEENAGERS? This awesome activity book, packed with hilarious and intriguing “would you rather” questions, is a perfect solution for kids’ parties, long car rides, family vacations, campfires, and any other occasion when you need a fun and engaging game to play!

Whether you’re at home with your family, on a long car trip, in a classroom, or even trying to make an awkward small talk with your next-door neighbor, there’s no better way to pass the time than by playing the game of “Would You Rather…””Would You Rather…” is a fun and thought-provoking conversation game where you and other players have to choose between two equally ridiculous and outrageous situations that you would never be faced with, in real life(hopefully).

It offers hours of laughter and hilarity, and it is a great way to get a conversation started in a fun and interesting way. It is also easy to get into some amazing conversations by just asking “why” after a would you rather question.

2. Funny How Life Works

Author: by Michael Jr.
256 pages

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Michael’s stories, accumulated throughout his own unusual journey, reveal important truths you and I can absorb and apply to make our lives better, and to improve the lives of everyone around us. And of course, you’ll find yourself laughing out loud as you read.

John Maxwell Funny How Life Works is a behind-the-scenes look at the life and career of comedian Michael Jr. Infused with the same laugh-out-loud humor and practical wisdom that define his stand-up acts, Michael shares a collection of stories meant to inspire readers to embrace their purpose-their punchline.

Michael Jr. proposes that life is more similar to comedy than we know. Rather than assuming that our days are random and obstacles are unfortunate, Michael Jr. encourages readers to strategically embrace each life event as part of a setup, leading to their punchline.

This unique look at life is demonstrated by stories from Michael’s own personal and professional life. From unruly hecklers to an unexpected Tonight Show audition, Funny How Life Works is filled with humor and seasoned with wisdom. It is more than a memoir-it’s a source of inspiration.

3. Good Apple: Tales of a Southern Evangelical in New York

Author: by Elizabeth Passarella
Thomas Nelson
256 pages

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For a woman who thinks of herself as a New Yorker at this point, I buy a lot of clothes from companies named things like Shrimp & Grits.Why? Because identity is complicated. Elizabeth Passarella is content with being complicated. She grew up in Memphis in a conservative, Republican family with a Christian mom and a Jewish dad.

Then she moved to New York, fell in love with the cityand, eventually, her husbandand changed.Sort of. While her politics have tilted to the left, she still puts her faith firstand argues that the two can go hand in hand, for what it’s worth.

In this sharp and slyly profound memoir, Elizabeth shares stories about everything from conceiving a baby in an unair-conditioned garage in Florida to finding a rat in her bedroom. She upends stereotypes about Southerners, New Yorkers, and Christians, making a case that we are all flawed humans simply doing our best.

Good Apple is a hilarious, welcome celebration of the absurdity, chaos, and strange sacredness of life that brings us all together, whether we have city lights or starry skies in our eyes. More importantly, it’s about the God who pursues each of us, no matter our own inconsistencies or failures, and shows us the way back home.

4. The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

Author: by Bobby Henderson
192 pages

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Can I get a ramen from the congregation?! Behold the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM), today’s fastest growing carbohydrate-based religion. According to church founder Bobby Henderson, the universe and all life within it were created by a mystical and divine being: the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

What drives the FSM’ s devout followers, a.K.A.Pastafarians? Some say it’s the assuring touch from the FSM’s noodly appendage. Then there are those who love the worship service, which is conducted in pirate talk and attended by congregants in dashing buccaneer garb.

Still others are drawn to the Church’s flimsy moral standards, religious holidays every Friday, or the fact that Pastafarian heaven is way cooler: Does your heaven have a Stripper Factory and a Beer Volcano? Intelligent Design has finally met its matchand it has nothing to do with apes or the Olive Garden of Eden.

Within these pages, Bobby Henderson outlines the true facts dispelling such malicious myths as evolution (only a theory), science (only a lot of theories), and whether we’re really descended from apes (fact: Humans share 95 percent of their DNA with chimpanzees, but they share 99.

5. Healing Through Humor

Author: by Hunter
Creation House
192 pages

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Join the Happy Hunters in some healthy amusement! Humor strengthens the immune system, enabling the body to fight sickness and disease. Drawing from two lifetimes of joyful ministry, Charles and Frances Hunter have compiled some fabulous jokes, anecdotes, musings and mind twisters to make your heart merry and speed healing to your body and soul.Get ready to laugh!

Positive emotions invoked by humor have healing effects. If you read this book and no positive emotions come about, you need to check if you have a pulse. This book is great, and I plan to prescribe it to my patients!Enjoy.

Francisco Contreras, M.D. Author of The Coming Cancer Cure “Charles and Frances, thank you for your HEALING THROUGH HUMOR book! The jokes just crack us up! We get it out and read a few to guests who visit us.

Laughing is good for the soul. We need more laugh lines in our faces rather than frown lines. You two are incredible!” -Love, Oral and Evelyn Roberts A merry heart doeth good like a medicine.Proverbs 17:22

6. Priestdaddy: A Memoir

Author: by Patricia Lockwood
Riverhead Books
352 pages

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ONE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW’S 10 BEST BOOKS OF 2017NAMED ONE OF THE 50 BEST MEMOIRS OF THE PAST 50 YEARS BY THE NEW YORK TIMESSELECTED AS A BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR BY: The Washington Post * Elle * NPR * New York Magazine * Boston Globe * Nylon * Slate * The Cut * The New Yorker * Chicago TribuneWINNER OF THE 2018 THURBER PRIZE FOR AMERICAN HUMOR Affectionate and very funny …

Wonderfully grounded and authentic. This book proves Lockwood to be a formidably gifted writer who can do pretty much anything she pleases. The New York Times Book Review From Patricia Lockwood, author of the novel No One Is Talking About This, a vivid, heartbreakingly funny memoir about balancing identity with family and tradition.

Father Greg Lockwood is unlike any Catholic priest you have ever meta man who lounges in boxer shorts, loves action movies, and whose constant jamming on the guitar reverberates like a whole band dying in a plane crash in 1972. His daughter is an irreverent poet who long ago left the Church’s country.

7. For the Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards

Author: by Jen Hatmaker
Thomas Nelson
August 18, 2015

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For the Love is now a New York Times bestseller! Don’t miss Jen’s latest title, also a New York Times bestseller, Of Mess & Moxie. Best-selling author Jen Hatmaker is convinced life can be lovely and fun and courageous and kind.

She reveals with humor and style how Jesus’ embarrassing grace is the key to dealing with life’s biggest challenge: people. The majority of our joys, struggles, thrills, and heartbreaks relate to people, beginning with ourselves and then the people we came from, married, birthed, live by, go to church with, don’t like, don’t understand, fear, compare ourselves to, and judge.

Jen knows how the squeeze of this life can make us competitive and judgmental, how we can lose love for others and then for ourselves. She reveals how to:Break free of guilt and shame by dismantling the unattainable Pinterest life.

Learn to engage our culture’s controversial issues with a grace-first approach. Be liberated to love and release the burden of always being right. Identify the tools you already have to develop real-life, all-in, know-my-junk-but-love-me-anyway friendships. Escape our impossible standards for parenting and marriage by accepting the standard of mostly good.

8. Dear God: Honest Prayers to a God Who Listens

Author: by Bunmi Laditan
192 pages

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As seen on The TODAY Show! Dear God is a poignant collection of funny, often heartbreaking, and deeply insightful letters to God that bravely share the emotions we all feel as we grapple with this broken world and search for divine love.

With the same gutsy and poetic honesty that charmed readers around the world, Bunmi now shares prayers and poems that chart her faith journey toward reconnecting with the God she loved, lost, and realized had never left her side even while she wandered.

These candid fieldnotes will stir your heart and make you laugh out loud with Bunmi’s self-aware humor and profound insight into the spiritual journey we’re all trying to navigate. Join Bunmi as she journeys through emotions we all experience-doubt, anger, joy, desperation, love, loneliness, and gratefulness.

Wittingly fresh and stunningly relatable, she exquisitely names our fears, voices our painful questions, and bravely says what we’re all thinking anyway in our prayerful wrestling with God. For those who find themselves thirsting for something more, those who seek to reconnect with God, or those who really don’t know what they believe but appreciate a good word, this poignant collection of prayers is a strengthening reminder that the same Love that rises and sets the sun cares for you with particular affection.

9. Plant Trees, Carry Sheep: A Woman's Spiritual Journey Among the Sufis of Scotland: A Memoir

Author: by S. A. Snyder
332 pages

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Sarah flees an unfulfilling life in Montana to volunteer at a spiritual retreat in Scotland. But Braemar House seems more religious cult than safe haven. Not only is she expected to plant thousands of trees, look after flocks of poultry, and chase truant sheep, there are toilets to clean, dishes to wash, and firewood to chop.

Can Sarah navigate contrasting spiritual beliefs under sometimes maddening circumstances to find her heart’s longing?God, help her!

10. The Bassoon King: Art, Idiocy, and Other Sordid Tales from the Band Room

Author: by Rainn Wilson
336 pages

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Rainn Wilson’s memoir about growing up geeky and finally finding his place in comedy, faith, and life For nine seasons Rainn Wilson played Dwight Schrute, everyone’s favorite work nemesis and beet farmer. Viewers of The Office fell in love with the character and grew to love the actor who played him even more.

Rainn founded a website and media company, SoulPancake, that eventually became a bestselling book of the same name. He also started a hilarious Twitter feed (sample tweet: I’m not on Facebook is the new I don’t even own a TV) that now has more than four million followers.

Now, he’s ready to tell his own story and explain how he came up with his incredibly unique sense of humor and perspective on life. He explains how he grew up bone-numbingly nerdy before there was even a modicum of cool attached to the word.

The Bassoon King chronicles his journey from nerd to drama geek (the highest rung on the vast, pimply ladder of high school losers), his years of mild debauchery and struggles as a young actor in New York, his many adventures and insights about The Office, and finally, Wilson’s achievement of success and satisfaction, both in his career and spiritually, reconnecting with the artistic and creative values of the Bah’ faith he grew up in.

11. The Newish Jewish Encyclopedia: From Abraham to Zabar’s and Everything in Between

Author: by Stephanie Butnick
320 pages

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Named one of Library Journal’s Best Religion & Spirituality Books of the YearAn Unorthodox Guide to Everything Jewish Deeply knowing, highly entertaining, and just a little bit irreverent, this unputdownable encyclopedia of all things Jewish and Jew-ish covers culture, religion, history, habits, language, and more.

Readers will refresh their knowledge of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs, the artistry of Barbra Streisand, the significance of the Oslo Accords, the meaning of words like balaboosta,balagan, bashert, and bageling. Understand all the major and minor holidays. Learn how the Jews invented Hollywood.

Remind themselves why they need to read Hannah Arendt, watch Seinfeld, listen to Leonard Cohen. Even discover the secret of happiness (see Latkes). Includes hundreds of photos, charts, infographics, and illustrations.It’s a lot.

12. Jews Don’t Count: A Times Book of the Year 2021

Author: by David Baddiel
February 4, 2021

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How identity politics failed one particular identity. A must read and if you think YOU don’t need to read it, that’s just the clue to know you do.’ SARAH SILVERMANa masterpiece.’STEPHEN FRYJews Don’t Count is a book for people who consider themselves on the right side of history.

People fighting the good fight against homophobia, disablism, transphobia and, particularly, racism. People, possibly, like you. It is the comedian and writer David Baddiel’s contention that one type of racism has been left out of this fight. In his unique combination of close reasoning, polemic, personal experience and jokes, Baddiel argues that those who think of themselves as on the right side of history have often ignored the history of anti-Semitism.

He outlines why and how, in a time of intensely heightened awareness of minorities, Jews don’t count as a real minority: and why they should.

13. The Tao of Pooh

Author: by Benjamin Hoff
Penguin Books
158 pages

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For Taoists everywhere, the New York Times bestseller from the author of The Te of PigletThe how of Pooh?The Tao of who?The Tao of Pooh?! In which it is revealed that one of the world’s great Taoist masters isn’t Chineseor a venerable philosopherbut is in fact none other than that effortlessly calm, still, reflective bear: A.A.

Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh! While Eeyore frets, and Piglet hesitates, and Rabbit calculates, and Owl pontificates, Pooh just is. And that’s a clue to the secret wisdom of the Taoists.

14. How May I Offend You Today?: Rants and Revelations from a Not-So-Proper Southern Lady

Author: by Susannah B. Lewis
224 pages

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Don’t know how to respond to friends’ political rants on Facebook? USA Today bestselling author Susannah B. Lewis (creator of Whoa! Susannah) is back with another hilarious take on what so many people are thinking but are afraid to say aloud.

Hear Susannah’s hot takes on everyday topics such as:Public displays of affectionT shirts with indecent imagesAnd of course politicsMillions of online fans have flocked to Susannah B. Lewis’s hysterical, take-no-prisoners rants about her pet peeves in everyday life. Now, in How May I Offend You Today?, Lewis turns her trademark humor to ordinary events that work her nerves-from people who wear t-shirts with indecent images to public displays of affection in the plumbing aisle of Lowe’s-while keeping a wry eye on herself and her own temptation to vent grievances “like a teenage girl in overalls and Birkenstocks.”Weaving together anecdotes from her distinctly Southern life with frequent references to the Bible, what she calls “our manual for living,” Lewis says what many of us have thought, and in the process encourages us to stand firm in our views.

15. The Year of Living Biblically: One Man's Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible

Author: by A. J. Jacobs
Simon & Schuster
416 pages

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Now a TV series Living Biblically streaming on CBS All Access! From the New York Times bestselling author of The Know-It-All comes a fascinating and timely exploration of religion and the Bible.A.J. Jacobs chronicles his hilarious and thoughtful year spent obeyingas literally as possiblethe tenets of the Bible.

Raised in a secular family but increasingly interested in the relevance of faith in our modern world, A.J. Jacobs decides to dive in headfirst and attempt to obey the Bible as literally as possible for one full year. He vows to follow the Ten Commandments.

To be fruitful and multiply. To love his neighbor. But also to obey the hundreds of less publicized rules: to avoid wearing clothes made of mixed fibers; to play a ten-string harp; to stone adulterers. The resulting spiritual journey is at once funny and profound, reverent and irreverent, personal and universal and will make you see history’s most influential book with new eyes.

Jacobs’s quest transforms his life even more radically than the year spent reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica for The Know-It-All. His beard grows so unruly that he is regularly mistaken for a member of ZZ Top. He immerses himself in prayer, tends sheep in the Israeli desert, battles idolatry, and tells the absolute truth in all situationsmuch to his wife’s chagrin.

16. NASB, Holy Bible, XL Edition, Leathersoft, Brown, 1995 Text, Comfort Print

Author: by Zondervan
1664 pages

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Beautiful Layout.Generous Print Size. The NASB Holy Bible, XL Edition makes the Bible easier to read with a unique square-shape and extra-large text specifically designed to reduce eye strain. Universally recognized as the gold standard among word-for-word translations, the beloved New American Standard Bible, 1995 Edition, is now easier to read set in Zondervan’s exclusive NASB Comfort Print typeface.

Features:The full text of the New American Standard Bible, 1995 Edition Concise ConcordancePresentation pageDouble-column formatTwo satin ribbon markersGilded page edgesExclusive Zondervan NASB Comfort Print typeface 12.5-point print size