From BBC comedy writer, James Cary

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How comedy works and how it goes wrong, especially in the realm of religion.

James Cary explains:

That Jesus was funny.

Why we can still tell Englishman, Irishman and Scotsman jokes.

Why Christianity is an easy target for comedians (and why that's okay).

Why you shouldn't start a sermon with a joke

What happened with Jerry Springer the Opera

And what's so funny about Easter.

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