Ok so interesting situation:
I go to a Nondenominational Bible Study with people from all walks of life (its a great way to evangelize as a Catholic). My friend, the only other Catholic in the study, spotted a bible with an interesting symbol on it one night (the symbol is the same as the Grand Architect symbol used by the cult of Freemasons). Now the owner of the Bible is not a Mason but I asked him about it one night and told him that he would probably get some negative feedback from some of the people in the group if they saw that symbol. He honestly had no idea about it (said his parents found it in a bookstore and took it home with them and he’s had it ever since). I told him I would like to look at the book to see if it was indeed what I thought it was.
The owner decided to give me the bible, saying “he wouldn’t want to have anything in the bible study that would make anyone else feel unwelcome.” After further inspection I discovered that this is a protestant version of the masonic bible (no deuterocanonicals) but that is has a preface in the book about 200-300 pages long concerning Masonic cult stuff. Suffice it to say it is somewhat cryptic and there is even an inverted 5 point star (pentogram) within this portion of the book.
My Question is: What should I do with this Bible?
I understand the Catholic Stance on the Freemasons (No Affiliation Whatsoever, except maybe to bring people out of it).
Should I burn it?
Give it to my local Priest?
I don’t want to disrespect God by burning a bible, but I feel that this bible is probably a different situation. Thanks for your help.