His point seems to be that it's not the book itself, it's what you believe. This is what he said.
Stewart has been discussed on ABC Brisbane 612 by the head of QUT, and it appears he may lose his job. He is a member of the "professional" staff, described as a researcher. The major concern seemed to be that he might be actually teaching students... in a University... where they're supposed to be taught to gather the facts and information and make up their own minds.
The interviewer on ABC asked the head of QUT whether this man's protest/statement was going to cause him trouble at work when Universities used to be the place where outrageous deeds were done to make protests, and protests were taking place all the time at University.
Interesting that these days the things that are protested against and/or about at University are conservatives, any conservative ideas or ideals, conservatives in government, the student union losing money because of cutting of compulsory student union fees (which has led to a whole new quality in food etc on campus!), locking up boatpeople, they'll protest for human rights the problem being that those rights they protest for are of the minorities and to hell with the rest of the community.
These days I note that noone with conservative views on anything who works or studies at a University will dare speak out about their views for fear of unfairly being ostracised, abused, or worse.
And who is offended the most about this book burning?
I'll give you a hint, the offendees are from the ranks of the perpetually offended...