Back in March, we brought word -- or should that be Word? -- of GodTube, which was Dallas Theological Seminary student Chris Wyatt's answer to, yup, YouTube. But only now, as the Dallas-based site -- its HQ is off Skillman Street and Lovers Lane -- becomes one of the hottest religious sites in the universe and easily the largest Christian broadcaster on the Web, are others getting religion.
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A couple of weeks back, MSNBC and ABC News saw the light, and yesterday, The Los Angeles Times picked up on the news that it has become "the first religious website to offer the hot-ticket social media trinity: user-generated video (à la YouTube), social networking (à la MySpace and Facebook) and live webcasting (à la Stickam.com)." And what's the most popular video on GodTube? Funny you should ask ... In related news, my 4-year-old can name all the bounty hunters in The Empire Strikes Back. --Robert Wilonsky