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This is the kind of joy that comes from finding someone special you share true compatibility with, and it’s compatibility that forms the basis of every match we make at e Harmony.Unlike traditional Jewish dating sites, e Harmony matches Jewish singles based on compatibility.If you would like to date Jewish women or Jewish men specifically, make sure to adjust your criteria to reflect this preference.Isn’t it time you experienced the joy of falling in love with another Jewish single who sees you, loves you, and accepts you for who you are?Other sites act more as matchmaker services and agencies, where people fill out a comprehensive form about themselves which is then looked at by people who work for the service, who then in turn try to match with another member based on the two members' interests and other information.After making a match these services and the people involved hope to have a Jewish wedding, with a Jewish wedding ring.

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As finding a mate is important for many Jewish singles, both women and men, and because many Jewish people want to only marry within their religion and faith, a large number of free Jewish dating service websites have been created online over the last few years to help these people.

answers some of the questions frequently asked about Messianic Judaism.

Messianic Judaism is a movement of Jewish people who believe that Yeshua (Jesus’ original name in Hebrew) is the Messiah of Israel and the Savior of the world. Yeshua was a descendant of both Abraham and King David, was raised in a Jewish home and went to synagogue.

In fact, the Hebrew Scriptures themselves affirm that they are not complete, but that God was going to make a New Covenant with the Jewish people (Jeremiah -34).

We believe that the Sinai covenant, upon which much of traditional (Rabbinic) Judaism is based, is a broken covenant.