Online dating sites for atheists

Dating is a daunting process, especially for those of us who do not have the luxury of being in a setting designed to facilitate it (e.g., high school, college, etc.). Wouldn't it be great to have an efficient way of sifting through eligible partners to maximize one's chances of finding a good match?

This is why online dating sites are constantly promoting their personality questionnaires, compatibility algorithms, and the like.

(Dominick Reuter/RNS PHOTO BY DOMINICK REUTER) “That is the value we were putting our finger on with these guys,” he said.

“I don’t think there has ever been a place with a mixed environment of people from religious and nonreligious backgrounds where it is more comfortable and respected to be an atheist, an agnostic or a humanist.” The site, Epstein said, embodies America’s “secular future.” Ok Cupid was founded by Rudder, Sam Yagan, Chris Coyne and Max Krohn.

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As appealing as I might find the idea of dating an atheist (especially because I've had so few opportunities to do so), I would be crazy to turn my back on Christians.

My most rewarding relationships have been with Christians.

This is the idea of open inquiry and scientific understanding.“We know that’s going to piss a lot of people off, and we’re more or less tongue-in-cheek with this advice, but it’s what the numbers say.” Ok Cupid’s founders — four 30-something guys who met at Harvard — recently took home the “Humanist of the Year” award from their alma mater. “Humanism is a philosophy of life that is focused on building a better world for all human beings” without belief in any gods, said Greg Epstein, Harvard’s humanist chaplain.Previous winners include “Family Guy” creator and comedian Seth Mc Farlane, evolutionary psychologist Steven Pinker, biologist E. Cambridge, MA - The Harvard Humanist Community recognizes the online dating Web site OKCupid, represented by founder Maxwell Krohn, at an event at the Harvard University Science Center.In some circles, being an atheist is a strike against you.But at the online site Ok Cupid, it might just help you get a date.In the 1990s, while still Harvard math majors, they created Spark Notes, a series of study guides that was eventually sold to Barnes and Noble.

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