Adventist Book Center sued for false advertising


SILVER SPRING, Md. — A lawsuit has been filed against an Adventist Book Center after the store put “signed” copies of the Bible on display.

Although the shrink-wrapped Bibles caused a dramatic spike in sales over the last few days, they were abruptly removed after notice of the pending lawsuit.

The General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists issued a statement washing their hands of the dubious marketing tactics and urged the store to remove any other products that “over-promise.”

The book center responded by removing its entire range of fake chicken.

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  1. Ray Kraft

    Removing anything that “overpromises,” well, that could be just about everything, since there is no actual observational evidence that heaven exists, all we have is “faith” which is, as Paul says, “The evidence of things unseen, he proof of things hoped for.”

    We hope there is a heaven.

  2. richard mills

    Who was supposed to have signed these Bibles? Was it a famous authtor? Movie star, TV star? Well known sports person? Was it Teddy? Mark Finley? A copy of the Bible signed by anybody famous is worth lots of money!! I’m gonna get my copy this week at the local ABC. Woe iz me!!

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