Christian dating websites non-denominational
Applying it directly as a divine promise for prosperity in modern Christians’ dating lives requires a feat of theological gymnastics.
Christian dating websites have potential for much good.
After all, they are operated by marketers, not theologians.
The site is owned by Beverly Hills-based Spark Networks.
The new trend in dating sites built exclusively for Christians may have emerged long after their general market analogs but they make few strides in avoiding the same pitfalls.
” My cursor hovers above “Washboard,” but in the end, I select, “I should maybe lose a few.” Next comes eye color, ethnicity, education, occupation, and smoking and drinking preferences. I’m questioned on what type of church I attend, how often I go, and what ministry I’m involved in. As of 2011, Christian Mingle had garnered more than 5 million users, and it generated .9 million in revenue during the first nine months of 2012.Over the weekend, I discovered perhaps the strangest new addition to the Christian dating cadre: Reformed The site is designed exclusively for Christians who adhere to the Calvinist tradition, a theological system that focuses on human depravity, God’s sovereignty, and the idea that God has already chosen the select few who will be saved.The company also owns Adventist Singles Connection, Black Singles, Deaf Singles Connection, Catholic Mingle, as well as sites for Mormons, Jews, military members, and plus-size women (and the men who want to date them).But what about a site that purports to be more theologically rooted like Reformed Singles.com?
Images of kissing and hand-holding flutter across the screen as a male voice sings, “Someday he’ll call her, and she will come running.