‘Popesplaining’ Is Born After Random Twitterer Tells the Pope to Read the Bible

Pope Francis

Pope Francis in the middle of a Twitter battle (not really). (Photo: Gabriel Bouays for Getty Images)

That’s it, everybody. We can pack up and go home, because we’ve officially reached peak Internet. What we’re saying is that the most Internet-y thing that could happen just did.

The Internet is a place where strangers constantly correct each other, whether or not they know what they’re talking about themselves. Well, a random person just took it upon himself to passive aggressively suggest to the Pope that he read the Bible.

Call us crazy, but we’re guessing that Pope Francis knows a thing or two about the Bible. We’d even go as far to assume that he has indeed read John 14:6.

Obviously, the user who tried to school the Pope on the Bible was trolled mercilessly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The thread also spurred quite a religious debate, but we won’t go there.

‘Popesplaining’ Is Born After Random Twitterer Tells the Pope to Read the Bible