Thank you for your follow-up, Zachary.
Just to clarify, it's not the issue that his work would be similar to mine. However, being that his work will be called "The BIble 2: A sequel to the Bible" which is using the exact same title as my work.
That is correct. He is basing his satire of the same subject matter as you are, so you are both equally protected under fair use. It would become infringement if he based his work on your work instead.
So, the fact that the book is going to have the exact same name, and similar subject matter of my book, is that grounds for a cease and desist.
No, it is not. There can be thousands of satires on the same subject. Writing a satire is not protected, but basing it on your work would be.
I just want to be 100% clear before I make any move. Again, to specify, I don't mind that he writes a satire about the Bible, I just want to avoid any confusion based on the title alone, as it would likely become a conflict.
And that is where I agree with you. If he wants to call it "Bible 2: The Next Generation", there is no conflict. But calling it exactly what you called it is potentially infringement.