The Mere O team has deep connections to the Christian publishing industry, and over the course of a recent three-mocktail lunch in midtown Manhattan with an unnamed industry bigwig, our operative managed to secure a list of titles forthcoming from their Bibles and Devotionals team. We present it here for your contemplation; please feel free to contact the publisher directly for galleys. We will leave it up to you to guess which one.

The Culturemaking Bible: NYC Creative Edition

The Truth to Power Bible: Itinerant Revolutionary Edition

The God is Still Speaking Bible: Updated with the Latest Private Revelations

The Girl, Wash Your Face Devotional Women’s Bible with Study Helps from Paula White

The Every Square Inch Bible: Young, Restless, Reformed Edition 

The Liberty Bible: Founding Fathers Commemorative Edition, with Complementary Tear-Out Bill of Rights, Suitable for Framing

The Horoscope Bible: Reading The Bible Through The Lens of Ancient Babylonian Astrology, Just Like the Magi and Probably Daniel Practiced

The Fortnite Bible: Shelter from Storm Edition

The CrunchyCon Bible: Featuring Recipes and Anecdotes from Rod Dreher’s Priest 

The Authentic, Vulnerable, #NoFilter Bible: Instagram-Compatible Edition

The Snapchat Bible with Disappearing Text

The Weird Catholic Twitter Study Bible: With Study Notes by Woke Space Jesuit in 280 Characters or Fewer

The Jefferson Bible: 21st Century Edition

The Emoji Bible: Updated with New Skin Tones

Jesus Calling: Red Letter Edition. Send away for a special Jesus-shaped lens through which to read the accounts of the Canaanite conquests!

The Cage Stage Calvinist Bible: With Suggestions for Fun Conversations to Have with Your Arminian Youth Pastor When You are Home from College for Break

The SpaceX Bible: Journeying Through God’s Cosmos On Government Subsidized Public-Private Partnerships

The 1% Bible: New Gilded Edition for Entrepreneurial Makers and Shakers

The Jacobin Bible: Biblical Wisdom for Seizing the Means of Production

The Judah Smith iPhone App Bible Video Edition with Special Drone Delivery of Bread and Juice for In-Home Communion

The Museum of The Bible Bible: Adapted from Real Exhibits at the Museum of the Bible

The God Is Not Dead Bible: Featuring Apologetic Interludes from Ken Ham

The Chick-Fil-A Bible: Taste and See Edition

The Shalom Bible: One Semester of Hebrew Edition

The Koinonia Bible: Religion Major Edition

The God’s Not Dead 2 Bible: The Only Bible Proven In Court To Show God’s Not Dead

The HCSB Semi-Annual Bible: Talk About Your Translation More Than You Read It Edition

The LCD Bible: Understand the Bible’s Profound Message For Computer Dorks (Foreword by Chris Krycho)

The Lutheran Study Bible: Redacted To Exclude Epistles of Straw Edition

The Joe Carter Study Bible: 9 Things You Should Know About Every Single Verse

The Massage: Suitable For Myofascial Release Therapy Edition

The Family Worship Bible: Supplemented for Maximum Fertility

The Baptist Study Bible: Biblical Literalist Edition, With Special Glasses to Filter Out the Literal Meaning of John 6

The Church Growth Strategies Bible: With Study Notes by John Maxwell

The Nadia Bolz-Weber Bible: With Ethically Sourced “Knew His Wife” Illustrations

The Mark Driscoll Kick-Ass Jesus Study Bible for Kids: Now with Special Edition Prize Fighter Jesus Temporary Flash Tattoos

Posted by Susannah Black and Jake Meador

Susannah Black received her BA from Amherst College and her MA from Boston University. She is an assistant editor at Mere Orthodoxy, editor at Plough, associate editor of Providence Magazine, and an editor of The Davenant Trust’s journal Ad Fontes. She's a founding editor of Solidarity Hall and is on the Board of the Distributist Review. Her writing has appeared in First Things, The Distributist Review, Solidarity Hall, Providence, Amherst Magazine, Front Porch Republic, Ethika Politika, The Human Life Review, The American Conservative, Mere Orthodoxy, and elsewhere. She blogs at Radio Free Thulcandra and tweets at @suzania. A native Manhattanite, she is now living in Queens. Jake Meador is a 2010 graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he studied English and History. He lives in Lincoln, NE with his wife Joie and their three children. He is the editor-in-chief of Mere Orthodoxy as well as a contributing editor with Fare Forward and the Vice President of the Davenant Institute. Jake's writing has appeared in Christianity Today, Fare Forward, the University Bookman, Books & Culture, First Things, Front Porch Republic, and The Run of Play.