If the council of Nicea had left out of the bible as we know it all reference to homo-this or homo-that, would you feel differently? Are you Christian or Hebrew? which one is it, Leviticus that has the 'proscriptions'? I don't remember. Suppose King James had left out the Pentateuch, (not a scholar, don't remember the spelling). Would you feel differently? What's it like to think that if you couldn't read, you'd have to trust that someone ELSE was passing on God's Word to you accurately? What's it like getting your morality from a book that scholars ADMIT is full of translational errors? How can you look at yourself in the mirror, and take yourself seriously?