Book Review Humour and Religion: Challenges and Ambiguities edited by Hans Geybels and Walter Van Herck [Book Review]

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Abstract
This anthology is divided into two parts: religious laughter and laughing at religion. Caricature of religion through cartoons and the consequent politics is also examined through an analysis of Greek history. That guilelessness and simplicity are core spiritual values and spirituality has a close connection with humour is well established through this work.
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