Godcast

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English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Blend of God +‎ podcast.

Noun[edit]

Godcast (plural Godcasts)

  1. A podcast featuring sermons or other content of a religious nature.
    • 2007, James B. Twitchell, Shopping for God: How Christianity Went from In Your Heart to In Your Face, Simon & Schuster (2007), →ISBN, pages 13-14:
      They are logging on to blogs, listening to Godcasts, interacting in chat rooms, and, in a sense, creating a highly personal just-for-me religion that connects a panoply of other beliefs.

Verb[edit]

Godcast (third-person singular simple present Godcasts, present participle Godcasting, simple past and past participle Godcast)

  1. To produce and distribute a Godcast.