Thomas, I have come across a number of posts in the past year which describe the poster's confusion about how to answer some of the faith questions on their profile. And I've read a number of threads where this topic (the confusion between practice and belief, the very thing Jerry stated) has been mentioned. The questions are not irrelevant, Thomas. They are a stepping stone or guide in this invitation of getting to know another person. The questions may be straightforward, but people's perspectives are not all the same, so their interpretation of a few words might vary from another person's readings of those few words. A person's conscience can play a factor in how he responds, say, to the question on premarital sex. He might understand that that is forbidden according to the teachings of our Church, but he also knows that he has sinned in that regard in the past. His past behavior showed that he did not accept that teaching, and the guilt he might feel over that could influence the answer he gives. If we care enough to pursue getting to know a person for other reasons, we can certainly ask them about how they answered the faith questions so that we more clearly see that person, rather than going by assumptions. A discussion on the question & answer might lead to growth on both sides of the table, which would be a very good thing, I would think.