Tuesday, September 16, 2014


Christian Singles advertises extensively stating that you can find God's match for you. Of course if you believe in God, you might think that God personally did some steering on your behalf. Though you probably understand that Christian Singles may not have an insider agreement with god, that the dating service and God are not buds, you might think God will provide, and Christian Singles is as good as any other vehicle or tool enabling God to do his good work. The problem I have is that the TV networks who benefit from the advertising revenue do not insist on a more realistic ad copy. I have some issue with the service using terms and a diety to sell subscriptions to their matching service. It does not matter whether or not the Singles service goes on to refine their wording in subsequent literature. The fact that they invoke God as a hook. Aside from a problem I have with financially benefitting, even if it is a non profit, is the fact that some clients might make a decision contrary to their best interest and not practice lots of due diligence that they might do meeting someone on a lesser heavenly dating venue.

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