As an Orthodox Jew, Jeff* is not leaving anything to chance: He prays every morning that he will find a wife, attends big religious singles events and maintains active profiles on three different Jewish dating sites.
The other side counters that online dating is merely a tool God can use to bring two people together – users don't place their faith in the matchmaking site, but in the Lord. Like many things, online dating isn't inherently evil or good. More often than not, the Bible offers general principles over specifics.
The answer seems to be as basic as "like seeks like," and the conviction that an essential element of a successful romance is a similar worldview, cultural references and life plan.
Statistics seem to support this, with interfaith marriages having a slightly higher rate of ending in divorce.
When you meet someone and go out on the first few dates, chances are you’re not thinking if he or she is on the same boat about God or Yahweh or Jehovah or Jesus as you are.
You’re too focused on how giddy you feel and how intoxicating the romance is. Because everybody knows that dating is the gateway for further relationships or marriage in the future.