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But this didn’t stop guys from all sorts of religious backgrounds and walks of life from contacting me.
Curiosity sparked and I ended up engaging in conversations with quite a few unbelievers.
Interestingly, most online dating sites report that their busiest day of the year is the Sunday after New Years, when people are faced with the end of the holiday merriment and have to return to work.
On Sunday January 3rd 2016, Tinder experienced the most downloads and the most growth of active users in a single day.
Undoubtedly, out of 25 million active Tinder users, some of them will be Christian. I have nothing against unbelievers, but it’s a known fact that there are some significant lifestyle differences especially relating to premarital sex.
Some of the men I spoke to made me feel like a commodity.
Whilst they weren’t just looking for ‘casual sex’ – they’d definitely expect it inside of a relationship.
So, if I were to proceed with going on dates with an unbeliever, I could end up compromising some beliefs that I hold quite dear.
It doesn’t sound bad at surface level, but deep down I think I didn’t really trust God.
It’s easy to convince yourself that you trust God, but then be doing everything you can to make things happen.
It did initially have that reputation, but that stigma is reducing and the app has evolved to become much more of a general dating app, branching out and providing more services.