New online dating service is for those who have faith
Even then, your odds of finding someone who you really connect with are pretty limited. Expanding The Possibilities Online dating opens up new opportunities to meet people you may not have come across naturally out in public.However, this new way of meeting people does far more than we think to give it credit for.(Dominick Reuter/RNS PHOTO BY DOMINICK REUTER) “That is the value we were putting our finger on with these guys,” he said.“I don’t think there has ever been a place with a mixed environment of people from religious and nonreligious backgrounds where it is more comfortable and respected to be an atheist, an agnostic or a humanist.” The site, Epstein said, embodies America’s “secular future.” Ok Cupid was founded by Rudder, Sam Yagan, Chris Coyne and Max Krohn.Today, the most often-cited meeting place for singles (21%) is online, according to a survey published in last year.In terms of Catholic sites, Catholic Match says it has served almost 1 million people since its founding in 1999.Others include Loveandseek.com, Christian Cafe.com, and Equally
For many, that means the chance to network with fellow believers.In the 1990s, while still Harvard math majors, they created Spark Notes, a series of study guides that was eventually sold to Barnes and Noble.