Interpreting this data, Sprigg shared his warning to Christians about dating sites.
Even those who are seeking relationships are not dating frequently.
Fifty-Nine percent said it doesn't matter who the primary breadwinner of the family is.
And 34 percent responded that while it would be nice to marry someone of the same faith, it's not required.
A new study on Christian attitudes toward dating and marriage reveals a broad acceptance for cohabitation, premarital sex and a rejection of traditional gender roles.
Experts believe that many Christians are following cultural trends over scripture when it comes to sex and marriage."Christians are perhaps more influenced by the culture than they are by the teachings of scripture or the church," Peter Sprigg, senior fellow for policy studies at the Family Research Council, told The Christian Post in an interview on Friday.
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