The word “God” appears in every book except Esther and Song of Solomon.
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.
Methuselah is the oldest man on record: 969 years old (Genesis 5:27).
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.
Job is the oldest book written in the Bible – it was written by an unknown Israelite around 1500 BC.