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“Denomination is not necessarily the most important thing — it’s more about that core belief,” he said.
“If they think, ‘Hey, I’m looking for somebody for the rest of my life,’ they want someone with the same set of values and morals and principals.” That was at least true for Lisa Shafrin of Los Angeles, California, who met her now-husband on JDate in 2005.
Take the New Jersey rabbi who in 2010 offered to pay for a JDate membership for anyone in his congregation.
He told that two of the people who took him up on the offer are now married to someone they met on the site, and another two are engaged.
“It’s the same as meeting someone at a bar or an event.
While options like Tinder are winning the numbers game —the app has a reported 50 million users compared to Christian Mingle's 141,000 — Egan suspects people who use dating sites focused around religion are looking for something much different.