The letter “Could there be two different Bibles?” (Pantagraph Feb. 10, 2013), poses an interesting question. The author apparently wants to justify his positions on homosexuality, abortion and deficit spending by stating that Jesus never mentions these subjects. There are many things Jesus never mentions in the New Testament, such as child pornography, which would not be pleasing to Him. However, Jesus repeatedly referred to scripture, thereby validating all of it. Scripture is clear about homosexuality and abortion. Deficit spending is a bit trickier, but one could make a case against it with a bit of Biblical research in the realm of financial propriety.
Jesus was concerned about the downtrodden and those in need, but He never skirted the issue of sin. There is only one Bible, and it would be wise not to distort what it says. The Bible is subject to skewed logic and outright unbelief all the time. But God makes the rules, and we are ultimately accountable to Him.