The last word in the Bible is Amen.
Dogs are mentioned 14 times in the Bible, and lions 55 times, but domestic cats are not mentioned at all.
The Bible, the world's best-selling book, is also the world's most shoplifted book.
The oldest almost-complete manuscript of the Bible still existing is the Codex Vaticanus, dating from the first half of the 4th century, now held in the Vatican library.
The word "Christian" appears only three times in the Bible: Acts 11:26; 26:28; 1 Peter 4:16.
Esther is the only book in the Bible that does not contain the word "God."
There are 66 books in the Bible, 39 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament.
The 66 books of the Bible is divided into 1,189 chapters consisting of 31,173 verses. The Old Testament has 929 chapters, the New Testament 260. (King James version)
The longest line in the Bible is Esther 8:9 - 89 words, 425 letters.
The King James Old Testament consist of 592,439 words consisting of 2,728,100 letters and the New Testament 181,253 words consisting of 838,380 letter (total 3,566,480 letters).
The longest word in the Bible is Maher-shalal-hash-baz: Isaiah 8:1.
The longest book chapter in the Bible is Psalm 119, the shortest is Psalm 117.
Obadiah, with 21 verses consisting of 602 words, is the shortest book in the Old Testament, and the third shortest in the Bible.
II John has the fewest number of verses of any book in the Bible - it is the shortest book in the Bible.
III John has the fewest number of words of any book in the Bible.
Job is the oldest book written in the Bible - it was written by an unknown Israelite around 1500 BC.
Malachi, written about 400 BC, is the youngest book in the Old Testament.
In a 1631 printing of the Bible, an English printer left out the word 'not' from the Seventh commandment, causing it to read - 'Thou shalt commit adultery'. This printing was referred to as the Wicked Bible.
About 50 Bibles are sold every minute.
Christianity is the world's most widespread religion (1,7 billion Christians).
The Bible was written in three languages: Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek.
The Slavonic Orthodox Church has twice as many adherents as the Baptist Church.
The verse in the exact middle of the Bible is Psalm 117:8. There are 594 chapters before Psalm 117 and 594 chapters after Psalm 117.
St Paul wrote 14 (of the 27) books of the New Testament.
The covering for the tabernacle was made out of ram skins and sea cow hides: Exodus 36:19.
James, written around 45 AD, is the oldest book in the New Testament.
Nowhere in the Bible does it say there were three wise men - Matthew 2:1 only says: "Magi from the east came to Jerusalem" and later they present three gifts. More
The term "devil's advocate" originates from the Roman Catholic church. On deciding if someone should be sainted, a devil's advocate is appointed to give an alternative view.
The shortest verse in the NIV Bible is John 11:35: "Jesus wept."
As of 2001, around 168,000 bibles are distributed in the US on any given day.
The word 'God' appears in the bible 3,358 times.
Revelation, written about 95 AD, is the youngest book in the New Testament.
The word 'Lord' appears in the bible 7,736 times.
Whilst the Bible is the world's best-selling book, it's also the world's most shoplifted book.
The 12 disciples were not were not allowed to carry food, money, or extra clothing.
The word "Lord" appears 1855 times in the Bible.
Seven suicides are recorded in the Bible.
In Old Testament times the Mediterranean Sea was called the Great Sea.
There are 7 different Jeremiahs in the Bible: 1 Chronicles 5:24; 12:4, 10, 13; 2 Kings 23:30; Jeremiah 1:1; 35:3.
The raven is the first bird mention in the Bible. It appears in Genesis 8:7, when it is sent out from the ark by Noah to see if the flood waters have abated. The second bird was a dove, in verse 8.
Almonds and pistachios are the only nuts mentioned in the Bible.
A chariot imported from Egypt cost around 600 shekels of silver (1 Kings 10:29). That would be about $77,000. One shekel was 4 days wages.
The word "trinity" is not mentioned in the Bible.
Methuselah is the oldest man on record: 969 years old (Genesis 5:27).
The 7 Fathers of the Church: St Athanasius, St Gregory of Nazianzus, St John Chrysostom, St John of Damascus, St Basil of Caesarea, St Gregory of Nyssa, St Cyril of Alexandria.
During the 6th Century, it was customary to congratulate people who sneezed because it was thought that they were expelling evil from their bodies.
During the great plague of Europe, the Pope passed a law to say "God bless you" to one who sneezed.
The word "God" appears in every book except Esther and Song of Solomon.
The word "grandmother" appears in the Bible only once: 2 Timothy 1:5.
The word "eternity" is mentioned only once: Isaiah 57:15.