People of faith and christian dating
“What I like is that it takes the dating resume out of it,” De Alto said.
“It’s the same as meeting someone at a bar or an event.
Take the New Jersey rabbi who in 2010 offered to pay for a JDate membership for anyone in his congregation.
He told that two of the people who took him up on the offer are now married to someone they met on the site, and another two are engaged.
“We want Jews to marry Jews, and this was working,” Rabbi David Seth Kirshner said.
“So many people were coming in and saying, ‘Life is so busy, I don’t know where to meet people.
JSwipe—think Tinder for Jewish people—isn’t the only religious app catching on.
But what I’ve seen more so is that even when people are raised with religion, they’re more inclined to be open.” And as more millennials eschew traditional dating websites for hot-or-not apps like Tinder and Happn, it’s clear the digital dating landscape has changed.But despite all that, some experts say religion is becoming less important to today’s young singles looking for a partner.“What I’ve seen is a trend going toward spirituality, as opposed to a defining religion,” said De Alto, who helps clients build online dating profiles.Doubting your faith is not necessarily a bad thing, either.In fact, it can lead to spiritual growth and maturity.