Their tagline is “Prepared, Prequalified, Predestined,” adding to the plethora of clichés that make the site a near-parody of itself.
What about a site like Reformed Singles.com, which purports to be more theologically rooted?
The verse at the top right of their home screen is Jeremiah , which says, “For “I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” The verse is a favored choice for Christian greeting cards and graduation gifts.
But perhaps we can excuse Christian Mingle for a bit of shallowness.
After all, they are operated by marketers, not theologians.
It is now deemed the fastest growing online community for this Christians.
But it is only one of many online dating sites for the mate-less faithful.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.As usual, the Christian sub-culture is a step behind and not an inch deeper—from music to books to fashion trends, and now with online dating.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.And fall in his arms and the tears will fall down and she’ll pray.But this specific promise was offered to Israel as a reminder that though they find themselves in captivity, God’s covenant with them has not been forgotten.