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August 29, 2005
iPod sermons and pastor podcasts
The New York Times has another story about "cool things to do with an iPod" -- this time, it's downloading sermons to an iPod for future listening in the car, at the gym or anywhere else. It's all part of what some men of the cloth are calling "Godcasting." According to the Times, the trend is catching on nationwide:
"Just as Christian organizations embraced radio and television, podcasting has quickly caught on with religious groups. Since the beginning of July, the number of people or groups offering spiritual and religious podcasts listed on Podcast Alley has grown to 474 from 177."
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