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Dating in the modern world

From the ubiquitous “hey” as an opening line to first date ‘fails’ to the various ways people Tinder in different cultures around the globe, DTR explores the good and bad, the hilarious and awkward, the wonderful and bizarre aspects of dating in today’s world. The six-episode series will air weekly, premiering Thursday, December 8th.

There are endless underhand tactics, unspoken rules and too many options.

From the outside it seems like today’s commitment-phobic millennials have no interest in settling down, but there’s one sub-group of young people who tying the knot younger than most: Christians.

Jess is currently single, and unlike many non-religious people of her age, isn’t interested in dating someone she doesn’t think she could eventually marry: “As I could never see myself marrying someone who wasn't a Christian, why go through all the emotion and hurt of dating someone who I knew I'd break up with?

Gone are the days of opposites attracting—we can set filter upon filter to locate and identify our perfect match. Part wisdom, part data science, part investigative reporting—it’s a deep dive into the conversation about dating and relationships in the digital age. Click here to listen to the trailer of DTR and subscribe to the series on i Tunes, Google Play, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.

Now the online world of dating and dating apps are the social norm.

That means if you want to meet new people and spark new conversations dating sites like Plenty Of Fish are your best bet.

Of course, the importance of religion varies for everyone.