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holds a variety of themed/specific interest speed dating events including Christian speed dating events in some, but not all of the cities we serve.
Regardless of an event's theme (or lack thereof as most of our events are unthemed speed dating events), Pre-Dating does not exclude people interested in attending a particular event who do not fit into the event theme, although it does reserve the right to limit attendance in order to ensure a quality experience for others attending an event especially those that may have a particular expectation of who will be attending.
Pre-Dating® Speed Dating is the fun and efficient way to meet new people you've heard about on TV and in the news.
Founded in 2001, we're the nation's largest speed dating service.
At our Christian Speed Dating Events, you'll meet up to a dozen other Christian single professionals in your age group through a series of six minute "pre-dates" at a local upscale restaurant or bar.
We facilitate the whole thing so there's no awkwardness, no pressure, no embarrassment and no games..great fun! Check our Scheduled Events Page for a list of cities and events.
then emails each attendee a list of the participants who would like to hear from you again! We also hold a variety of events for other ethnicities, interests and religions.
Odds are you'll have one or more matches (more than two-thirds of Pre Daters match at least one person). To be notified of our Christsian Pre-Dating events, please join the Event Notification list for your city.Theologian Dr Robert Beckford investigates amazing parallels to the Christ story in other faiths, some of them predating Christianity by thousands of years.The Hindu god, Krishna, was conceived by a virgin and his birth was attended by angels, wise men and shepherds.Buddha was also the result of a miraculous birth and visited by wise men bearing gifts.Beckford attempts to unravel the mystery of why there are so many versions of the Christ story across the world and asks which is the real one.Was the Christ Story stolen from other, older religions?