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Mendelsohn says research shows that marriage among partners of the same religion is on the decline.
While young people are more likely than ever to date outside their religion, those who still prefer to date within their religion are capitalizing on niche online communities.
With the tensions and conflicts that can exist in a relationship, Spencer said the foundation of faith becomes an important unifying force.
Sociologist Gerald Mendelsohn says the practice of choosing a romantic partner with a shared religion, culture, ethnicity and or nationality, is driving the demand for niche religious dating sites like Christian Mingle, JDate, which caters to Jewish singles, and Muslima, for Muslims.
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The eharmony membership pool is a diverse group of individuals.
Rather, it should be the result of experience and introspection.
“I just thought I want to raise my kids similarly to the way I was raised.” Wolf, 29, said that many of the people he has met through JDate feel the same way.
They want to share Jewish cultural traditions with their significant other.
“Once the first minute you meet face-to-face passes, it’s like ‘I can breath again.'” The two met on Christian Mingle, an online dating website for Christians.
The site has gained 5 million new users in the last two years.JDate spokesperson Arielle Schechtman says that JDate is doing more than matchmaking, they’re building the Jewish community so that traditions will be carried on. “We build marriage, J-babies, and (the members) send us pictures of the kids.” Relationship expert and therapist, Rachel Sussman says parental or cultural pressures often drive people to date within their religion.