According to a servay around 168,000 bibles are distributed in the US on any given day and its a best best selling book in the world.
Christianity is considered as the world’s most widespread religion and due to its popularity a servay reveals that 50 holy bibles sold in an average minute .
The Bible were written in three main languages respectively Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek.
The 12 disciples were not were not allowed to carry food, money, or extra clothing.
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.
Dogs are mentioned 14 times in the Bible, and lions 55 times, but domestic cats are not mentioned at all.
The longest book chapter in the Bible is Psalm 119, the shortest is Psalm 117.
The word “God” appears in every book except Esther and Song of Solomon.
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.
Whilst the Bible is the world’s best-selling book, it’s also the world’s most shoplifted book.
The word ‘Lord’ appears in the bible 7,736 times.
Hinduism The dominant religion of India, Hinduism has a broad variety of forms, ranging from simple folk practices to abstruse metaphysical systems.
Hindus regard the sacred texts known as the Vedas (composed around 1500 B.C.) as central to their tradition.
Shaivism One of the three primary traditions of Hinduism, Shaivism focuses on the god Shiva, the lord of transformative power in the universe.
Shaktism Shaktism focuses on worship of Shakti, the Divine Mother embodying the power of universal manifestation, sometimes known under her names Devi or Kali.
Vaishnavism Vaishnavism focuses on Vishnu, the Supreme Lord, and his incarnations Krishna and Rama. Vaishnavism is divided into various sampradayas (sects), each of which has been founded by a particular acharaya (guru).
The Vedas Meaning “knowledge” in Sanskrit, the Vedas are the oldest and most authoritative texts of Hinduism. Composed around 1500 B.C.E., they are among the world’s oldest surviving.
Vedas consist of four parts. The Rig Veda contains verses of praise to the gods; the Yajur Veda discusses the requirements of ritual offerings; the Sama Veda, verses and chants for ritual offerings, and Atharva Veda, magical verses.
The Upanishads Among the principal texts of the Hindu tradition, the Upanishads are metaphysical treatises that are concerned with the origin and destiny of humanity and the universe.
In Old Testament times the Mediterranean Sea was called the Great Sea.
Revelation, written about 95 AD, is the youngest book in the New Testament.