CE and BCE are notations that are not based on religion or myth. The AD/BC notation was first proposed by the monk Dionysius Exiguus (Dennis the Little) in the year 525 CE. Ironically, considering the system is used to describe precise calendar years, it's impossible to say exactly when the "A. was fully adopted were often based on significant events, political leaders and a well-kept chronology of the order in which they ruled.The great early astronomer Kepler dated that eclipse to 4 BCE.Most historians now place Herod's death as during 4 BCE.
Nothing of a religious nature happened during 1 BCE and 1 CE -- in fact nothing of truly momentous importance happened at all, to our knowledge.Some interesting events at that time were: 1 BCE: Some historians have concluded from their analysis of Josephus' writings that Herod the Great died in 1 BCE.However, Josephus also mentioned that an eclipse occurred just before Herod's death.If you think that getting flirty online these days is about long conversations, extended emails and ‘proper words’ think again, just as you’ve got to grips with YOLO, understood LTR and realised that LOL does *not* mean lots of love, there are new dating abbreviation on the scene. It started with MILF (‘Mum I’d Like to….’, let’s politely say, ‘Fornicate With’), but you can also have DILF (‘Dad…’), NILF (‘Nerd…’), and even, with the recent appointment of hottie Justin Trudeau as Canada’s new Prime Minister, PILF! Depending on your taste, there is also a very popular acronym with an interchangeable first letter, depending on what kind of person is being described.But how did we get from that event-based organization to sticking with just one primary moment? is very easy for people to cope with because the life of Jesus is obviously incredibly important in Christian Europe.