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Images of kissing and hand-holding flutter across the screen as a male voice sings, “Someday he’ll call her, and she will come running.
And fall in his arms, and the tears will fall down, and she’ll pray: I want to fall in love with you.”At first viewing, the spot is wildly effective.
One has to wonder why the band would license their song for this purpose.Perhaps we can excuse Christian Mingle for a bit of shallowness.After all, they are operated by marketers, not theologians.Their tagline is “Prepared, Prequalified, Predestined,” adding to the plethora of clichés that make the site a near-parody of itself.For example, users’ identities must be verified by their (presumably male) pastor, who confirms that they are a church member in “good and regular standing” and “eligible for marriage.” Articles include tips on virginity, courtship, and how men must establish “loving headship” over their wives.Online dating is one of those subjects that Christians enjoy debating.In one camp, there are some who believe looking for love online betrays a lack of faith in God’s provision of a spouse.The site is owned by Beverly Hills-based Spark Networks.The company also owns Adventist Singles Connection, Black Singles, Deaf Singles Connection, Catholic Mingle, as well as sites for Mormons, Jews, military members, and plus-size women (and the men who want to date them).Christian dating sites are quick to invoke spiritual and even Biblical references in an effort to capture new users, but these marketing ploys are often taken so far out of their original context that they have been emptied of almost any meaning.Christian Mingle, for example, has been airing an ad during the History Channel mini-series, The Bible.