When Two Agree

Recently, Reebok International Ltd. paid a large sum of money to customers to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that it made deceptive claims in numerous ads.  The scoop?  The shoemaker said that its toning shoes would measurably strengthen the legs and buttocks of those who wore them.  Reebok had garnered a lot of business from the toning shoes that apparently encouraged strength by engaging more of a wearer's muscles; however, according to the FTC these claims were unfounded; hence the lawsuit. 

Whether the FTC charges are valid or not, I’m eternally grateful that when the Bible makes a claim you don’t have to worry about it being misleading, illusory, or unreliable.  What the Bible pronounces, predicts, or promises you can depend on ...

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