YES, there are some good reasons.
NO, it's just a way to provoke and cause conflict.
To try to prove that you don't need the book. I can burn a maths book and still calculate that 2+2 still equals 4.
If you're out of firewood, sure. Or you can use it to brighten a bonfire since paper is highly flammable.
Who cares it's a book! Just a book.
You need to make a fire.
Burning the Quran is actually the only permissible way of disposing it in Islam (but ONLY if it's beyond any use) I'm not sure about the Bible. That would be the only reason I would see in burning it.
...If you run out of firewood.
Just as much a reason to burn a book on greek mythology or the epic of gilgamesh.
not unless you are cold and out of firewood and have ample holy books
Nothing but bad will come from it. Retaliation through violence will be a real possibility. But hey, you can't protect someone from themselves.
True, due to one's freedom, one can burn these holy books. But nothing good comes from it. It results in protests and riots always. Richard Dawkins doesn't burn Qurans, Bibles, or Torahs people. People who live for violence and provoking burn other's holy books. To the people who think a bonfire is a good reason, please don't vote.
Don't burn it, but read it, it will save you if you open your mind to it.