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We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Alliance women, handsome Alliance men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians. The more zealous a Jehovah's Witness is, the more serious they are about the dating rules and proper etiquette. An exception might be if there is an adult chaperone or perhaps double dating, but even this would be looked down upon, because someone who is not financially stable and ready to get married should not be dating. Jehovah's Witnesses who date are ready, willing, and able to marry someone. Before they start dating, they must be in a position to get married, - spiritually, physically, emotionally, and financially. parents would not likely let their under age son or daughter date if they don't have a job and are still going to school.For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? A good friend would seek the help of loving shepherds in assisting a companion who has taken a false step.' WT, Oct 15, 2009, Article: 'Maintaining Friendships In A Loveless World', Subtitle: 'Maintaining Good Friendships', par 20 (Note: the term 'loving shepherds' refers to JW Elders.) Even though Jehovah's Witnesses believe they are Christians, it is not alright for them to date or marry a Christian who belongs to another religion.Jehovah's Witnesses do not believe in dating people outside of their religion because dating is supposed to lead to marriage, and Paul told early Christians not to be 'unevenly yoked', i.e.