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Inhaltsangabe: The book opens with an introductory essay on humor and religion in which the author discusses jokes and anecdotes that are collected in the book in the context of the Judeo-Christian tradition and culture.
The jokes themselves are divided into several sections: Paradise Lost (Biblical themes); The Word and the Sword (religion and politics); The 11th Commandment (Jewish jokes); Born Again and Again (Catholic & Protestant jokes); New (Russian) Testament (Soviet & Orthodox Christian jokes); Priest, Swami and Rabbi (inter-religious humor); Sinning is Believing (self-explanatory); It will Only Look Like Eternity (jokes about the afterlife); and finally Fun Ever After (miscellaneous jokes).
The article by Peter Crimmins from WHYY public radio and the list of the sources concludes the book.
About the Author:
Mikhail Sergeev was born in 1960 in Moscow, Russia. He holds his Master’s degree (1993) and a doctorate (1997) in the history and philosophy of religion from Temple University in Philadelphia. Mr. Sergeev has taught in several universities and colleges of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Now he teaches history of religions, philosophy and modern art at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Dr. Sergeev is the author of numerous articles on philosophy and religion, which were published in Russian and American scholarly journals, as well as of several books, including The Project of the Enlightenment: Essays on Religion, Philosophy and Art (2004) and Sophiology in Modern Orthodoxy: Solov’ev, Bulgakov, Losskii and Berdiaev (2006).
Buchbeschreibung M-Graphics, 2012. Buchzustand: Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Buchnummer des Verkäufers GRP90050420