The world’s smallest bible can fit on the tip of a pen. Scientists etched the 1.2 million letters of the Old Testament on a tiny silicone disk, which they call the Nano Bible.”
The world’s largest Bible weighs 1,094 pounds. Built by Louis Waynai in 1930, the book is 43.5 inches tall and a laid open width of 98 inches.
The word “Lucifer” is from the Latin lux “light” + ferre “carry,” or, literally, “light-bringing.”
The last word in the Bible is Amen.
Nearly all of the villians in the Bible have red hair.