Christian and jewish dating
A Jewish wife's chicken soup is as miraculous as the parting of the Red Sea and as delicious as Mannah from heaven.She learned it from her mom, who learned it from her Bubba, and so on, until you have a soothing concoction that not only resembles your childhood, but is warm, filling and able to cure almost any ailment, from the flu to a headache. Your wife will keep you happy and well-fed with home baked rugelach's, roast potatoes and fresh Challah.
Statistics seem to support this, with interfaith marriages having a slightly higher rate of ending in divorce.
Acting as surrogate parents, aunts, uncles and traditional matchmakers, these sites appeal to the belief that the right match is one where the religious profiles of the couple are as similar as possible.
In this age of cultural melting pot and globalism, why are people searching for people of the same religious background?
As an Orthodox Jew, Jeff* is not leaving anything to chance: He prays every morning that he will find a wife, attends big religious singles events and maintains active profiles on three different Jewish dating sites.
For people like Jeff who are seeking romance and marriage on the web, a potential mate’s religious profile is the most important of all.