This week brought a news upgrade that lots of may have predicted: Young People in the us are less spiritual than in the past, as about 35% of adult millennials identify as spiritual “nones,” in line with the Pew ResearchВ Center.
So what does which means that for the scene that is dating? For spiritual millennials, it indicates they may be an extremely uncommon type, making dating within the mainstreamВ a challenging balancing act.В
Collide may be the latest dating app attempting to help hit that balance, in this full case for Christians.
The software, which established in April with all the tagline “Christian Dating. Reimagined” and a sleek dove logo design, is marketing and advertising it self asВ a “Christian Tinder,” with swiping and photo-heavy pages plus a couple of bonuses: the individuals denominational affiliation, their most favorite Bible verse, how frequently each goes to church. Continue reading “Brand New ‘Christian Tinder’ App appears to miss out the aim of Religious Dating”