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Neil Clark Warren, Christian co-founder and CEO of the popular online dating site e Harmony, recently spoke on how he believes the same-sex marriage debate has "damaged his company," and that he hopes America can "be more harmonious" on the issue."I think this issue of same-sex marriage within the next five to 15 years will be no issue anymore. The dating website, which was originally angled toward Christian singles, was sued because it did not offer matching options for homosexual singles.
Warren, who is a longtime friend of Focus on the Family's founder James Dobson, reportedly stopped appearing on Dobson's radio show and bought back the rights to three of his books, published by Focus on the Family."We're trying to reach the whole world – people of all spiritual orientations, all political philosophies, all racial backgrounds," Warren told USA Today regarding his company's separation from Focus on the Family, which was one of the first media outlets to air and promote e Harmony."And if indeed, we have Focus on the Family on the top of our books, it is a killer.We would love to know more about you; fill out our Connection Card.