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If you want proof that Jesus had a sense of humor, look at yourself the next time you step out of the shower.  Jesus used puns, riddles, sarcasm, hyperbole, and teasing to teach.  Humor-neutics is the method I am developing to locate, label, and interpret the humor of Jesus.  I hope you will join me to study and discuss this topic.   To study my short online course, go to

https://preview.tinyurl.com/     or

https://www.mysite.con/

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This area of the forum, is for introductions and welcomes.

No are of the forums, are to be used for selling things Gary.

If you want to discuss the topic of the humor of Jesus in a post on the forums, you may do so, but refrain in the future, from attempting to sell that or make money from our users. We are not here to be a marketing tool.

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Hi Gary, welcome!   I see you do standup comedy.   Maybe you can share about that in the General Discussion area?  Also, if you have any videos on YouTube, you can post them in the video section.   It's good to laugh.

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