We turn our attention to the question of humor within early Christian writings. We examine the parallels between the humorous elements found in Christian texts and those identified in polemic rabbinic literature directed towards Jews. Through a comparative analysis, we attempt to discern commonalities and differences in the use of humor as a rhetorical device, shedding light on the diverse strategies employed by both communities in expressing dissent and engaging in religious polemics.

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