The Bible is not a single book but a collection of 66 individual books written by different authors over a span of approximately 1,500 years.
The Bible is divided into two main sections: the Old Testament, which contains religious texts of Judaism, and the New Testament, which focuses on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
The Bible's longest chapter is Psalm 119, consisting of 176 verses.
The book of Esther is the only book in the Bible that does not explicitly mention God.
The Bible mentions unicorns in several passages, but these references are likely describing wild oxen or rhinoceroses, not the mythical creature we commonly associate with the term.
The longest word in the Bible is found in Isaiah 8:1 and is the name of a place: "Maher-shalal-hash-baz."
The Bible has been translated into over 700 languages, making it one of the most translated and widely distributed books in the world.
The Bible does not mention the specific date of Jesus' birth, nor does it mention celebrating Christmas as a religious holiday. The December 25th date for Christmas was chosen later by the early Christian church.
The Bible contains a variety of literary genres, including history, poetry, prophecy, letters, and apocalyptic literature, offering a diverse range of writing styles and perspectives.
The shortest verse in the Bible is John 11:35, which simply states, "Jesus wept."