A jewish guy walks into a synagogue and goes straight over to the rabbi. He says: “Rabbi, I need help. I have a big problem with my son. I did all that I could to raise him in the faith. I took him to Sabbath services every Saturday, and sent him to Hebrew school after regular school every Wednesday. He had a bar mitzvah. I sent him on a trip to Israel. I even sent him to seminary college for Jews. Yesterday, he came to me and said that he wanted to convert and become a Christian!”
The rabbi replies: “You know, it’s funny that you should come to me about this! I also have a son that I did all I could to raise as a Jew. I brought him to temple every Saturday. He went to Hebrew school after regular school too. He had a bar mitzvah, visited Israel, and went to seminary college as well. He too came to me and said that he wanted to convert and become a Christian!”
The jewish guy inquires: “Well, what did you do about it?”
The rabbi tells him that he asked God about it.
“Well, what did God say?” asks the guy.
God said: “You know it’s funny you should come to me about this!”