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BC and AD or CE and BCE?

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 I prefer sticking with BC (before Christ) and AD (anno Domini "in the year of our Lord") as opposed to CE (Common Era) and BCE (before the Common Era) when referring to dates throughout history.

 

Which do you prefer?

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1 hour ago, Faber said:

 I prefer sticking with B.C. (before Christ) and A.D. (anno Domini "in the year of our Lord") as opposed to CE (Common Era) and BCE (before the Common Era) when referring to dates throughout history.

 

Which do you prefer?

I still use B.C. and A.D.  I went to a Christian university in the 80s so that was never a problem for me.  While C.E. today commonly refers to the common era, in the past it also referred meant Christian Era.  Here is a video that does a really good job of explaining the history.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Origen said:

I still use B.C. and A.D.  I went to a Christian university in the 80s so that was never a problem for me.  While C.E. today commonly refers to the common era, in the past it also referred meant Christian Era.  Here is a video that does a really good job of explaining the history.

 

 

This video is very complected! He talks so fast I could not comprehend what he was saying.

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There was never nor will there ever be a more important time in history then the birth , death, and resurrection of our Savoir.

 

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On ‎7‎/‎21‎/‎2018 at 6:00 AM, Faber said:

 I prefer sticking with BC (before Christ) and AD (anno Domini "in the year of our Lord") as opposed to CE (Common Era) and BCE (before the Common Era) when referring to dates throughout history.

 

Which do you prefer?

Actually CE is a secular way of pin pointing a certain time in history without mentioning God,Christ or anything having to do with creation . I grew up with AD meaning "After the Death of Christ ". Amazing isn't it ? Has the ACLU contested this considering their anti God attitude against anything having to do with God . I see where they tend to be cautious where Jews enter the picture .     M

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On 7/21/2018 at 4:00 AM, Faber said:

 I prefer sticking with BC (before Christ) and AD (anno Domini "in the year of our Lord") as opposed to CE (Common Era) and BCE (before the Common Era) when referring to dates throughout history.

 

Which do you prefer?

Yes (CE) is the outspoken use in denying Jesus Christ and is the spirit of Antichrist in my opinion.

 

The mark (CE) is used for European Union products, any other markings could have been used but they chose (CE) just another example of the spirit of Antichrist in my opinion.

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