history, theology November 12, 2016 Methusela died on 11th of Cheshvan (TODAY) Troy Day | PentecostalTheology.com Methuselah, the longest-lived human being of all time, died at the age of 969 years on the 11th of Cheshvan (TODAY) of the year 1656 from creation (2105 BCE) Tom Steele 11thcheshvandiedmethuselatoday PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleJesus is coming back soon. how will we be able… Next articleN.T. Wright and Pete Enns: What Do You Mean by Literal? 3 Comments Reply November 12, 2016 Ricky Grimsley Enoch has lived the longest. He is still alive Reply November 12, 2016 Ed Brewer The real question is — did he die in the flood, or did his death allow the flood to begin? Enquiring minds…. Reply November 12, 2016 Varnel Watson Methuselah’s name makes it ironic that he would be the one who lived the longest, since his name actually contains the Hebrew word for death. The word muwth means “die/death” in Hebrew. The first part of Methuselah’s name means “mortal”. Taking meth/muth and combining it with selah, some have suggested that this signifies when the Flood will come. The Greek from Μαθουσαλά or Mathousala, according to the New Testament Greek Lexicon literally means: “when he dies, there shall be an emission” Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Leave a Reply to Ricky Grimsley Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.