I'm in a similar predicament; my cousin-in-law (Who was Greek Orthodox in the past but burnt out) called me and asked me if I wanted some of his old religious books, that he had a ton of them. So me, being excited expecting some old Greek Orthodox books, arrive at his house only to find like nine or twelve Protestant Left Behind books. Out of sheer politeness, I take them anyway and so far they have just been sitting under my bed untouched. My parents asked me why I have not read them and I usually shrug the question off or try to avoid it because they're Protestant and actually believe in that stuff, so I don't want to cause tension. So, this is the problem; should I sell the books or burn them? On the one hand, if I sell them I can make money to add to my charity fund, but then I risk ruining and misleading the salvation of some other person, while on the other hand if I burn them, my parents will think I am fanatical, I will make no money, but at least no one will get mislead by them. Thoughts?