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An online dating company is advertising its services by suggesting that its computer-generated matches are made in heaven.
ChristianMingle.com's slogan "Find God's Match for You," appears just about everywhere - on the Web, on TV, the Washington Post reported.
The site's spokesperson Ashley Reccord said that people told them again and again that they couldn't have found each other without their services and believed that God used the site to bring them together.
The site is owned by the same company, Beverly Hills-based Spark Networks, which owns JDate, the wildly successful Jewish dating service.
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