Would a book titled Calculus Made Honest get me burned at the stake for heresy?
Or would it merely confuse mathematicians who don't understand what is in need of being made honest in that topic?
Later edit: This question illustrates nicely the emotional nature of the anonymous voting system. Robin Chapman commented: "So, it isn't an actual title, and so this reply is not an answer to the original question."
That proves that he never read the original question and didn't know what it said. Probably he drew an inference about its content from the many answers. Then people rushed in with "down" votes. I invite anyone who has doubts about this to read the original question by Suvrit, and I invite Robin Chapman to read it for the first time.
[Original answer by Michael Hardy.]