Christian Singles!

So far I’ve been getting a lot of spam posts advertising for “Christian singles”. I guess atheist blogs are where the Christians go to find love. Who woulda thought? And why would Christians even need singles? Can’t they just have a virgin birth or something?

I’m going to block these posts, but if any of you Christians are looking for singles, be informed that there are some great websites out there for you.

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2 Responses to “Christian Singles!”


  1. 1 aworthydiscussion March 10, 2009 at 4:30 pm

    haha – can’t they just have a virgn birth LOL !! As a Christian I find those adverts kind of offensive. They seem to be marginally or nominally Christian at best.

  2. 2 Drew March 10, 2009 at 5:25 pm

    Glad you enjoyed the post. I’m an atheist, and while there are plenty of “atheist singles” sites out there too, I would never use them because I don’t choose to be with someone just based on whether or not she’s an atheist.


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