I’m sure there is a lot of disagreement on this. And, there are untold numbers of people who are offended by any ridicule of any word in the Bible.
Nevertheless, there is material in the Bible many find funny. There are stories so over the top no rational person can believe they ever happened. But, the stories sits there right among the parts of the Bible people the world over use as the basis for their faith.
One passage I have discussed here before the in the New Testament, Matthew 27:52. It is in one of the versions of the crucifixtion story. It says that after the death of Jesus, “…graves were opened up and many bodies of saints which slept arose..” and went into town where they were seen by many.
I can’t recall anyone telling me they really believed this happened. But those who do parody of Bible stories have great fun with this one. How did they smell? Was there a prize for the corpse that had been dead the longest?
Another one used in parody is II Kings 2:24, “…two she bears came out of the woods and tore up 43 children.” The children had made fun of the bald head of a prophet.
What kind of a animal is a “she bear”. Is it a female bear? And, if it is, do only “she bears” eat naughty children and “he bears” are the kinder gentler bear gender?
In a fictious Baptist High School on a parody site, the “she bear” is the team mascot.