GodTube, one of the fastest-growing sites on the web, is drawing masses of the Christian faithful to its user-generated videos, social-networking tools and the "GodCaster," which offers live video presentations. It's not a church, the LA Times reports, but a for-profit business backed by a "who's who" of ministries, megachurches and Christian retailers.
"We call it Jesus 2.0," says the site's founder. Every video on the squeaky-clean website must be approved by an administrator, and the No. 1 ranked video features a 3-year-old girl reciting a psalm. Other religions are developing similar offerings, including a Jewish user-submitted video site and Muslim social-networking sites.