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Punchlines: Late-night comics joke about what Jesus would tweet

11:02 AM, Sep. 27, 2013
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Apparently, Pope Francis isn't the only one using Twitter these days.

The Vatican's cardinal, Gianfranco Ravasi, stated recently that Jesus tweeted long before anyone else when he came up with phrases like "love one another" that delivered important messages in a short 45 characters or less.

Well, one comedian took the cardinal's idea a step further and actually tweeted as Jesus would, turning some of his most important teachings into spurts of social media religiosity using the handle @daMessiah. Take a look at the video for a super-abridged version of the Bible. ...

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