Hmm, I think perhaps when it was first conceived it was developed for Christians, but as it grew that took a back seat.
'eHarmony does not match gay individuals, which led to criticism. Warren explained that he had not done the same amount of research on same-sex match-making as he had done on heterosexual match-making. He also notes that eHarmony emphasizes marriage, and that same-sex marriage is not legal in most states. In a discussion regarding eHarmony's lack of services to gay individuals, Warren, a practising evangeligical christian, is reported as having said, "Where Focus on the Family and a lot of these other places come from is that there are six places in the Bible that say homosexuality is wrong." But then he continued: "On the other hand, in the Old Testament if you work on the Sabbath day and you're guilty then you should be shot."'