Jewish/Christian joke [no offence meant :)]
A Jewish man has a son and he is very disappointed in his son’s lack of interest in their faith. So he decides to send his son to Israel to learn a thing or two about Judaism.
When the son returns, the father asks “did you have a good trip?”
“So great, Dad. I learned so much, saw some great historical landmarks, and even learned some Hebrew!” The father was quite pleased. Then the son said “and I also became a Christian!”
They walked into the Rabbi’s chambers, and the Rabbi knew there was something wrong. He asked “what troubles you, my friends?” The elder spoke. “Well, you see, we both sent our sons to Israel, and both of them came back as Christians.” After a pause, the Rabbi said “It’s funny that you should mention that. I also sent my son to Israel, and he also came back a Christian.” After a few moments, the Rabbi decided they needed to go outside and pray.
The three men went into the yard, held hands, and began to pray. All of a sudden, the clouds parted, and the booming voice of God speaks to them. “What troubles you, my faithful followers?”
“Well”, the Rabbi began. “All three of us sent our sons to Israel, and all three of our sons came back as Christians.”
After a pause, God’s voice continues.
“Funny you should mention that….”