Christian Dating Service Tells Commuters: Jesus Can Make You a ‘Better Lover’
The over selling of Christian marriage and Christian sex by Christians never stops.
Christians will tell you that if you wait until marriage to have sex, the sex will be great and regular, but a lot of Christian married men and women are on record as having porn problems and extra marital affairs (see (Link): these posts for some examples and (Link): these posts).
Here is a new, weird twist on these concepts by a “Christian” dating site:
(Link): Christian Dating Service Tells Commuters: Jesus Can Make You a ‘Better Lover’
- BY KATHERINE WEBER, CHRISTIAN POST REPORTER
January 8, 2014|2:46 pm
A Christian dating website in London is taking a unique approach to advertising through a new campaign dotting the London Underground, telling commuters that believing in Jesus will make them “better lovers.”
The posters, which will adorn the outside panels of the city’s Tube carriers, include vivid colors and fonts reminiscent of retro advertisements for anti-impotence drugs.
One advertisement reads: “Christians Make Better Lovers,” making many commuters assume that the message is directed toward sex, instead of relationships. The message is clarified by smaller print below that reads: “Christians believe in love. ‘Love one another’ is written into their code. So if you are a single Christian, why not give our award-winning dating site a try?”
… Jackie Elton, the founder of Christian Connection, the dating website behind the advertisements, told (Link): The Telegraph that her company wanted to take a fresh and fun approach. “We wanted to be friendly, engaging and surprising,” Elton said.
These dating site guys do have this much correct:
- “We know it can be a hard to create connections with other likeminded Christians. Those in small churches often find it hard to meet enough single people,” the group states, adding, “those in large churches feel under the spotlight, or find it hard to get to know people well.”
“The opportunities to meet Christians from other denominations, or even just different churches, can be few and far between. Christian Connection is trying to make it easier.”
Related posts this blog:
(Link): Beware of HIV / AIDS Infected Christian Male Preachers On Dating Sites
(Link): Police urge caution when using dating websites / Murderers on Dating Sites
(Link): False Christian Hype About Waiting Until Marriage For Sex – We’ve Gone From “It’s Mindblowing” to Now: “It’s Magical” Re: Timothy Keller / Tim Keller Virginity Celibacy Singles PreMarital Sex
(Link): Gotta Maintain that Propaganda that Married Christian Sex is “Mind Blowing”
(Link): Marriage Doesn’t Necessarily Guarantee Great Sex or Any At All
(Link): Being Equally Yoked: Christian Columnist Dan Delzell Striving to Keep Christian Singles Single Forever
(Link): Forget About Being ‘Equally Yoked’ – Article: ‘My Abusive ‘Christian’ Marriage’
(Link): Why I Now Reject “Be Equally Yoked” – and on Becoming More Agnostic
-(this page also contains many links to news stories with examples of Christian married men who were arrested for rape, murder, or other crimes, and articles about high rates of porno use among Christian men)
(Link): Obnoxious and Sexist Preacher Mark Driscoll Wants Christian Singles to Stay Single Indefinitely – And Even Though Unwanted, Prolonged Singleness has Been a Huge Issue For Christian Singles for A Couple Decades Now – Driscoll: ‘Christians should not marry pro choicers’
(Link): Beware of Rapists on Christian Dating Sites
(Link): Blogs by Single Women Who Discuss the Weirdos, Perverts and Losers Who Contact Them on Dating Sites
(Link): Weird Dating Sites, Toilet Dating, Dating Sites and Privacy
(Link): Online Dating: Women Want Younger Men (article)
(Link): Bizarre Chinese dating advert urges single girls to marry to ‘please your family’
(Link): Why Online Dating Doesn’t Work (article)
(Link): Stop Telling Your Single Friends to Try Dating Sites – Please.
(Link): Online Dating Vs Meeting in Real Life (copy)
(Link): Creepizoids Weirdos and Perverts on Dating Sites
(Link): Internet dating firms entice lonely hearts with faked profiles based on real people (article)