Ignore the obvious fact that the Amish do not use computers, and check out this site full of traditional recipes, humor and research.
Ask Jesus Himself any question, and receive a cryptic, occasionally useful answer at this parody of Ask Jeeves.
Van Nattan family offers a humorous approach to Christianity. Also link to some webcams from around the world.
Betty offers a flashy and humorous criticism of Christianity. Sign up for her free newsletter.
Tom McNichol offers to "test your knowledge of three of the world's most influential books." Find answers plus a bonus requiring ranking the tomes per Amazon.com's sales.
X-Day has come and gone, but the original page was frozen on the occasion of the failed apocalypse. And bumper stickers are now only $5.
Scroll through a collection of humorous photographs with a church or religious theme. Note titles and captions.
Review a daily posting of a humorous quip or quote, or see the journal archives.
Provides biting religious satire and jokes. Learn how to subscribe or find an index to back issues.
Read about the origins of this humorist group of atheists and find out how to join to their ranks. Includes a list of other members.
Originated as a comic alternative to Christianity. Meet the church officials or find out how to get involved.
Check a parody of the site, GodHatesFags. Quotes Bible books of Matthew and Mark to prove that Jesus hated figs.
Find a portfolio of cartoons, art and imagery with an anti-religious theme by HooRay.
Glossary of New Age and mystical terms pokes fun at this spiritual movement. Find alternate definitions for words like astrology, tarot and god.
Personal homepage satirizes some common practices and thoughts of superstition and religion.
Newspaper columnist from northeastern Indiana has penned homespun editorials on topics ranging from family life to holidays to spirituality.
Decorate a pin-up figure of the savior Jesus in many different styles of ornate clothing.
Humorous site presents and comments on some kitchy or otherwise bizarre images of Jesus Christ. Learn how to submit an image.
Jewish search-engine parody comes from Fade to Black Online Comedy Magazine offers a directory of accomplished Jewish people with mini-biographies.
Read the transcript of a satirical conversation between John, Mary and an atheist author.
Listen to audio parodies of fundamental Christian views of false religions, cults and homosexuals.
Carina Chocano talks about Hollywood's "current Satanic obsession," and how Old Nick has been made-over to resemble vapid, greedy yuppies.
See if the image of Jesus winks when look at the image. See viewer feedback and read about fundraising efforts.
Find a collection of links to religious satire from the subtle to the outrageous.
Read about a sardonic video of a televangelist pastor who makes strange facial gestures. Find an order form.
Short article points out the obvious contradictions involved in Amish websites, then points one out to the reader.
Subtitled "How I Found the Goddess and What I Did to Her When I Found Her." Read the text and then some from this humorous work.
Find a collection of cartoon strips, including archives. Link to legal clip-art, a prayer chapel and artist's essay on "How I Draw."
Get a new original article each month, see a guide to Christian humor on the Net and a discussion area for questions or your favorite joke.
The egotistical rambling of a wannabe cult leader. Learn about him, his church philosophy, and even consult with a "Mystical Green Bunny".
Take a light-hearted look at Christian beliefs and topics being discussed in Christian circles.
Almighty's afterthoughts on penises, breasts, and the Creation includes His denial of responsibility for the invention of Good and Evil.
Real people post personal confessions to the Web community. Get something off your chest or explore the miseries of others.