A Minister, a Priest and a Rabbi go camping.
They get into an argument over who’s faith is the true one. Spotting a bear across the stream from their campsite the Minister says, “I’ll prove Protestantism is the true faith. Follow me, I’ll baptize that bear.” They run down to the water’s edge and the Minister tries to attract the bear’s attention. The bear plunges into the water and the Minister announces, “I baptize you in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.” “That’s just a start,” exclaims the Priest. He lays communion wafers on the bank and beckons the bear forward. The bear reaches the bank and gobbles down the wafers. The Priest says, “The Body of Christ,” and with that the race up the hillside to their camp. When they get there they notice the Rabbi isn’t with them. After a few minutes they get worried and head back down the trail. They come to the streambank and find the Rabbi: bruised, bloody, but, thankfully, still alive. They ask him what happened. He moans and says, “Oy. I never should have started with circumcision.”