Warren was also sued for “discrimination” because e Harmony didn’t incorporate gay matchmaking for same-sex relationships that could potentially lead to marriage, and he was forced to create a new dating service that included and served same-sex clientele.To be clear, Christians are being compelled against their wills and in violation of their constitutionally protected right to religious liberty to “tolerate” ideas and positions that contradict their religious beliefs.
You’ll find no such hiccups with review was to have a snoop around in the site’s matching process.
Essentially, upon sign up, new members are asked a series of questions regarding their personality, faith and beliefs in order to provide our existing membership with accurate and relevant information about each and every single, leading to effective matches that will (hopefully) prove long lasting.
boasts the largest online community of Christian singles – anywhere.
Striving to bring those who share the same passion of faith together, they provide the perfect opportunity for discerning singles to interact, date, and hopefully even marry that special someone.
As the lie goes, Christian teachings constitute sexual and gender-based “discrimination” and must be stamped out.
It wasn’t too long ago when so-called gay rights advocates began their social and political campaign to normalize homosexuality, they claimed that publicly accepting gay relationships and civil unions – a deliberate and calculated step toward the eventual redefinition of marriage – wouldn’t injure society or interfere with other people’s lives or relationships.
I used 2 of your get to know you games to help build unity and help them break out of their "shells" to interact with one another.
The latest example of the erosion of religious liberty comes as a judge recently ruled that the owners of Christian online dating service Christian Mingle.com, Spark Networks Inc., must begin including gay persons as part of their dating pool to pursue same-sex relationships.
Promoters and supporters of the homosexualized agenda didn’t want social acceptance or tolerance, and they surely didn’t want “equal treatment” or “equal rights.” Gay rights advocates and their rainbow flag/pink equal sign supporters wanted created out of thin air for their benefit (at the expense of everyone else), special considerations, and legal protections.