Justin Bieber showed off his Christianity during his VMAs acceptance speech on Sunday, thanking Jesus proudly, publicly and loudly. The Biebs is celebrating his faith even further with his upcoming Christmas album, and it has been revealed that the album will feature all original holiday songs.

Wait, what? No 'Silent Night?' No 'O Come All Ye Faithful?' No 'Rocking Around the Christmas Tree?' No 'All I Want For Christmas Is You?' WTF?

Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, tweeted about the upcoming album, posting this information:
"This christmas album is amazing. might be the best album yet. all originals...soon to be classics. Everyone I play it for is blown away. #excited." It's Christmas in September for Braun and The Biebs, it appears.

So there's the first bit of information about the album, unless Braun is being a joker. Bieber is foregoing holiday standards and classics in favor of new holiday songs! That's certainly risky, but apparently, Braun thinks that Bieber's holiday songs will become the new standards.

Justin Bieber replied to his career guider's tweet, writing: "@scooterbraun yeah we are going hard for christmas!! #mistletoe."

We're not sure what that means, about going "hard" and all, unless The Biebs is going to do some rap or metal Christmas songs! No release date for the album has been announced and if the teen star wants our opinion, which we know he does, he should probably include at least one or two famed Christmas classics. Maybe 'White Christmas?' Something?