CBS' "60 Minutes" has lined up Bill O'Reilly of Fox News Channel for its season premiere this weekend.

O'Reilly gets a prime platform to promote his latest book, "Killing Jesus."

"All of the ideas come to me in the middle of the night, and one night, I just woke up and I went, 'Killing Jesus.' And I believe because I'm a Catholic that comes from the Holy Spirit," O'Reilly tells Norah O'Donnell. "My inspiration comes from that ... so I wrote 'Killing Jesus' because I think I was directed to write that."

But the book may surprise many because of O'Reilly's approach.

"There's no religion in the book. It's all about history," he says.

The 46th season of "60 Minutes" starts at 7 p.m. Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6. The program also features Scott Pelley's interview with Secretary of State John Kerry and Steve Kroft's report on schizophrenia.

O'Reilly's previous "Killing Lincoln" and "Killing Kennedy" were bestsellers.

For "Killing Jesus," he and co-author Martin Dugard received a $10 million advance. But O'Reilly insists he isn't special.

"I'm just one of many who have been given gifts," he tells O'Donnell. "I can write. I can bloviate on TV. So I'm trying to use the gifts in a positive way. And I believe that's all direct and that's why I'm here on the planet."