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Thursday, February 7, 2008

Find "Jesus 2.0"

GodTube, a religious spin on the popular video sharing Web site YouTube, has gained massive popularity since its launch back in August. Founded by Christian entrepreneur Chris Wyatt, the site aims to provide its millions of viewers with carefully screened spiritual content rather than the humorous (and at times offensive) Internet memes often hosted by other video-centric sites. Visitors can find sermons, theological discussions, and performances by musicians and comedians among GodTube's thousands of video clips. The site (which Wyatt calls "Jesus 2.0") claims its ultimate goal is to provide users with a dynamic social network where they "can explore their faith and the tenets of Christianity." —Stephen Mapes