Publisher’s Weekly reports,
When [publisher] Thomas Nelson announced its new One Company initiative, which will eliminate all 21 of its imprints, at an all-employee meeting on October 13, executives also revealed that a theological “content filter” would be in place for future acquisitions. While the company will honor all existing contracts with previously acquired authors, future contracts will require authors—even those writing in non-religion categories like business—to signal their agreement with both the Nicene Creed (recognized by most Protestant and Catholic, and some Orthodox, Christians) and Philippians 4:8 from the New Testament.
Yeah, I have no real comment on this.
EDIT: But GalleyCat brings the snark.