Secular dating sites
I was rejected by eharmony so I spent some time looking for Christians on a secular site. The two protocol are so different there are no known instances of successful hookups.
Most of them seemed to be from liberal, mainstream churches (I was looking for conservative evangelicals), had some truly bizarre theology, or else were simply not physically attractive. Extensive research has been conducted WRT the outcome of a 2409.1(b)/7100-x coupling, but following the Bradford Team incident (insert air quotes wherever you please, LOL) there hasn't been financial support or professional enthusiasm to further this scientific endeavor.
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If you're a Christian, is it OK to use secular dating sites?
Most of them seemed to be from liberal, mainstream churches (I was looking for conservative evangelicals), had some truly bizarre theology, or else were simply not physically attractive. Christian dating utilizes a 2409.1(b) interface (colloquially known as a Zimbabwe) which is not compatible with the 7100-class interface (AKA Titan) which is the secular dating industry standard.
Plus there's a not uncommon viewpoint that anything not explicitly Christian is of Satan.
The overwhelming majority of Americans are Christian, though not necessarily evangelical or even particularly devout.
(Would YOU rate the risk/reward favorably, given the current state of Bradford?! While the secular sites vary in their terms of service I believe that at least on some of them you will receive sexual advances which you might find very offensive. If using a secular site, is it not possible to include religious beliefs and preferences in the match criteria? Even on the Christian sites, a Pre-Trib, Pre-Millennial, Dispensationalist could still bump into a Post-Milennialist or even a Papist, so those sites do not guarantee a rapturous marriage.
Your statement carries the implication that such behavior can't / won't happen on overtly christian sites. allows you to choose just about every religion, and lack thereof, that I'm familiar with when creating a profile, or as search criteria when searching for potential matches.