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[1] The AUC dating system, supposedly, came to be superseded, in usage, by the AD/BC dating system, invented in 525AD (1260AUC) by Roman monk Dionysius Exiguus, during the reign of Charlemagne (742-814).

[2]In circa 1700, English physicist Isaac Newton, in incognito, would objectionably not label years as AD, but instead used AC (Anno Christum), signifying is objection to the argument of the existence of the trinity, namely his view that a person named Jesus may have existed, may have been the son of God, and may have been christened or arisen, but definitely was not the ‘Lord’ or God. In 1789, the French revolution began, during which time a considerable amount of Church property, in the form of French land and wealth, were seized for redistribution. Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, Volume 1 (editors: William Channing, Ralph Emerson, and James Clarke) (§: Emerson, Channing and Clarke, pg.

[5] In 2012, American electrochemical engineer Libb Thims, in the overtly atheistic manuscript Purpose?

(in a Godless universe), began to employ the “printing era” dating system, dating the modern era to years before or after 1450 the year of the invention of the printing press, throughout, using the abbreviations BP (before printing) and PE (printing era) in place of BC/AD dating method.

This, as you'd imagine, is where things get chaotic.“At no point in world history has there ever been a single uniform dating system that's unanimously agreed to be shared by everyone,” says Dr. E., which uses the same Year One starting point, but removes the religious implications by referring to Common Era.

Carlos Noreña, a scholar of ancient history at University of California-Berkeley. “The Romans didn't impose their dating system,” Noreña says. The most recent dating battle has been a semantic one over the rise of C. “This is a little bit silly for two reasons,” Noreña says.

Many Christians do not like either of these changes, but they can, of course, interpret the letter “C” in the BCE and CE designations as referring to “Christian” or “Christ’s” without taking offense in what many see as an attempt to delegitimize or eliminate Christ from the calendar.

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