Best for Christian Singles? :: eHarmony vs Match

When it comes to the competition for finding the best Christian dating sites, there are two powerhouses: eHarmony vs Match.

While other sites are certainly worthy candidates for helping you find the love of your life, few sites are as recognizable in the world of online dating as eHarmony or Match. (Read our extensive reviews for eHarmony or Match.)

Best for Christian Singles? :: eHarmony vs Match

Ask anyone who’s spent any amount of time cruising the online dating world, and they’ll probably tell you that they have a definite favorite in the battle between Match or eHarmony. Often those preferences are based upon personal reasons and incorporate a lot of factors specific to that one person’s experience.

If you want an unbiased, objective dissemination of which site is the best for Christian singles, we’ve got you covered.

eHarmony vs Match :: A Breakdown

The single biggest difference boils down to one word: control. Do you like to have control over your matching, or do you trust the computer’s algorithms to do the work for you? If you are a bit of a control freak, then you probably won’t be as comfortable with eHarmony. They send you people based on their extensive personality test and your personal settings. You are never given access to their entire database of members. (However, they have started allowing some members to peruse some extra matches using their “What If?” feature.) Match gives you the best of both worlds: They recommend profiles to you each day, but they also allow you to search all of the profiles on the site.

The other biggest difference in the showdown between Match vs eHarmony is Christian filters. Since neither one of the sites are exclusively Christian, it’s important to note that you have to rely on your settings to help ensure that your matches are believers. It seems to take a bit more work to find other like-minded believers on Match. The amount of questions about faith is lesser on that site, and there’s no extensive personality test to find people who are compatible with your level of Christianity. Furthermore, eHarmony allows you to tighten your settings on religious preferences to express how important similarities in faith and denomination are to you. However, with eHarmony, you’re limited to the number of matches you are given, whereas on Match you can keep searching for more Christians…until you’re exhausted.

When it comes to other options, price, mobile apps, security, and more, the two sites are fairly comparable if you buy a multiple months subscription. But if you’re a little skittish about your technological skills, then you might find Match to have more options than you are comfortable with. It’s not terribly difficult, but it is a little less straightforward than its competitor.

Ultimately, it’s difficult for us to declare a clear winner for Christian singles in the eHarmony vs Match battle. It really is about your personal preferences. We know people who’ve gotten married to people they met on both eHarmony and Match, so both systems are capable of helping you find your true love—or at least get some dates. But if we had to choose, we’d choose eHarmony simply for the Christian filters.

  • Read our extensive review for eHarmony 
  • Read our extensive review for Match

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Last updated: 7/20/2016

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