There was actually a big discussion some time ago about adding such books to the game.
The general consensus was that folks didn’t want to include them due to the risk of crossing people’s religious leanings. We do have churches in-game already, though, so the lack of those sort of texts seems rather odd.
I suppose we could revive the discussion in this thread and see what folks think of the idea.
I have to say though, if we use our brains and actually think about this angle for a moment:
Folks who burn them don’t have any right to complain. What, were they checking to see if it’s possible just so that they can complain that it is? Cannibalism is also possible in-game, but that doesn’t mean you have to engage in it, either.
And if they get butthurt over somebody else (whom they’ve never even met, nor ever will) burning a fictional copy of a holy text in their own private copy of a video game, they have no leg to stand on. That’d be like starting a flame-war with somebody on here because their character they play as at home is a cannibal.
That is equality! Without the right to set these things on fire, you’re discriminating against them by omission!
The post-apocalyptic anarchistic wasteland is a free country, you know.
If you want to burn your religious texts, feel free. But me, I might collect them, make a tower of safety and godliness from books, and then light it ablaze as a flaming candle of righteousness, to dissuade evil bible burners like you! NO QUARTER HERE FOR YER KIND! ALL OUR BOOKS ALREADY BEEN BURNT! NO VACANCIES, OR VAGRANCY!
The Ur-Quan are kinda neat I guess, but it would be MUCH cooler to add the Zoq-Fot-Pik to the game. After all, they are the only known species to have discovered fire, the wheel, and religion in the same day. And we could add in Frungy! Frungy is awesome!