The CNN news network published an article with the title on 20's September 2017 "Swiping for salvation: Why Mormon singles put their faith in a dating app," in which he talks about an application called Mutual, which has been designed for the use of SUD Adult Adults.
## A new application for single adults SUD
"Now ... the single neighborhoods could be considered a secondary social situation - the place where you could know if you are a couple with someone you talked to the previous night is Mutual, a dating application created exclusively for Mormons and supervised by members who guarantee that only faithful members participate, "writes Lauren Jackson for CNN. "Mutual has turned the singles neighborhoods into a digital platform, providing an alternative to how to find a regular partner in the church."
## The unique perspective of the new application
The article compares Mutual with other dating applications, which "have adapted to social changes that range from the postponement of marriage to relaxed sexual habits."
However, the article suggests that the Mutual application offers single Mormon adults renewed hope and may even help attract some LDS singles back to the faith.
"In view of the decline of millennial religiosity, Mutual, which is named after a well-known church program in which young Mormons live together, may have another benefit: to ensure the longevity of Mormonism," CNN said. "One step at a time, Mutua is bringing together scattered Mormons, which perpetuates their lineage and addresses the concerns of young people in the face of family and cultural pressure, as well as their personal desire to marry within their faith."
## A successful application
Mutual's founder, Cooper Boice, told CNN that "more than 100,000 Mormons in more than 100 countries around the world have been found through the application of more than 250 millions of times" and claimed that the application has produced " dozens of marriages, "including international ones.
Source: Mormon Times, News | Deseret News http://ift.tt/2xfUySg
Translation and Adaptation by Juan Pablo Marichal Catalán.