Religion is good - you can quote me on that, if you wish.And for the record, I am Catholic - Roman Catholic to be specific.You will either need to find Jesus, and commit yourself totally to him - or you won't be able to date her.
perhaps because I had too much practice growing up? I thought they were perhaps a little bit better than me ... The reason I thought this way was that I had never really dated or been with a religious woman - so my predispositions were based on perception and hearsay.Let me just say that what I'm calling a "real" Christian woman needs is a "real" Christian man ...and if you are not an extreme Christian, and you are trying to date a "real" Christian woman, then good luck.As love seekers fill out their profile revealing their denomination and frequency of church attendance, it is clear that the underlying assumption of the site is that the right match is another Christian.Shaadi.com, a site for the South Asian community, breaks it down even further -- first between Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs, Jains and others, and then among caste and background.
In the world of online dating, religious sites indicate a classic belief among some love seekers that faith matters and that God is the ultimate matchmaker.