What do you think about the "Gentile Bible" ? Amazon.com says: "A special modern English Bible for Gentiles who want to remain Gentiles. Gentiles are non-Jews. Christianity was originally a Jewish religious sect. What contemporary Christians normally call The Holy Bible is comprised of the Old and the New Testaments. The Old Testament is a record of how God dealt with the Jews and their ancestors. The New Testament is composed of four accounts of Jesus and his ministry (the gospels), an account of the Apostles' ministries (Acts), various letters (epistles), and a long prophecy (Revelation). Some of the New Testament deals with Jewish doctrine or is particularly aimed at Jewish Christians. But why would Gentile Christians need to be interested or involved with Jewish laws or customs.? Therefore, Gentile Christianity would be less confusing and less restrictive if only there was a Bible just for Gentiles. Therefore, the Gentile Bible is confined to the New Testament. Furthermore, the New Testament portions that are particularly addressed to Jewish Christians are not included. The result, then, is a Gentile Guide Book or a Gentile Holy Bible..." I am not talking about the underlying manuscripts (it is a paraphrased KJV, by the way), but what do you think about such thing as a Bible with all "Jewish passages" removed??? Be blessed. Alex P.S. I know what I think about it... but I am very interested in your opinions.