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Would the people in question treat each other better if the interaction was in person?
There are two factors cited in blaming this on it being online: So I’m curious about your take: what are the pros and cons of online dating, generally? What are some of the ways that things need to change? Love it or hate it, those discerning a call to marry are going to have to reckon with online dating.
Gray (of David LGray.info), Katrina Fernandez (The Crescat at Patheos), Brantly Callaway Millegan (Founder and Editor of Church POP), and Kevin M. Last Saturday, there was an interesting discussion on Catholic online dating – and online dating more broadly – that I wanted to revisit: As you can see from the clip, we’re coming from three different perspectives: Katrina and David have had negative experiences with online dating; Kevin met his wife online; and Brantly and I are outsiders, having never experienced it up close.It’s also worth noting that this trend towards commodification is something that non-Catholics have been worried about: that electronic media generally, and online dating specifically, are just not providing the depth of human interaction that we need, and that each other deserve.But this raises some questions of causality: how much blame does the medium deserve?Welcome to Christians Online and may our Lord Jesus Christ protect you, keep you in good health, make you holy, and fill your life with good and happiness."I have met the women I am meant to be with on this site and we are getting married in July this year.
Are you finding it hard to meet people that share your values?