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I can just hear the other partner saying, "Leave them alone dear, so what if they enjoy themselves on Shabbat." Children raised in homes where the parents do not share the same beliefs are going to be confused no matter how careful you are in raising them.

And I think it will only lead to resentment on both sides.

How will you resolve it if one parent permits something and the other does not? But as you said in your letter, it is important to be realistic and not be seduced by the emotional feelings.

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.

In the world of online dating, religious sites indicate a classic belief among some love seekers that faith matters and that God is the ultimate matchmaker.

But am I potentially in over my head, or can a relationship like this have a chance of success? (Don't you love these stereotypical Jewish answers?

) My initial thoughts are that I would imagine such a relationship would prove to be problematic in the long run.

“God has a match for you," claims a major Christian dating site called Christian Mingle.

As love seekers fill out their profile revealing their denomination and frequency of church attendance, it is clear that the underlying assumption of the site is that the right match is another Christian.

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