Re: Common Era, Before Common Era
Jun 14, 1998 06:17 AM
by Dallas TenBroeck
Curiously, in one place writing of Jesus, HPB says 107 years BCE
as his date [ Isis II 201, Esoteric Character of the Gospels,
HPB Articles (ULT Edn. in 3 Vols,) Vol. 3, p. 181fn; Vol. 1 p.
117-- as 107 BC; ]
> Date: Saturday, June 13, 1998 11:32 PM
> From: "Sophia TenBroeck" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Common Era, Before Common Era
>Alan commenting of Dal's response to Jesus birthdate, wrote :-
>"This didn't happen until around 400 ce (common era). Prior to
>was January 6th or 7th. All Rome's doing, this Dec. 25th thing.
>>Next, is the selected year ONE (selected in retrospect)
>The general scholarly consensus is that Jesus was born around 4
>(before the common era) - so he arrived before his birthday!"
>I do like dropping the BC for CE -- Common Era
>And AD for BCE -- Before Common Era
>Wish we could see it used more often. Sophia
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