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Subject:Re: BC/AD vs BCE/CE From:connor <connor -at- ECENTRAL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 24 Oct 1997 22:14:51 -0600
Thanks to all who responded to my note. I had many comments to pass on
to my friend in the UK.
I am pleased that most of you resisted the temptation to stray into
adjacent political, social, and historical issues. :-) I know my
original post was loaded with "open ends" for such threads to develop.
Personally, I have always preferred the BCE/CE format (long before the
recent political correctness wars), so I am happy to learn that it is
more common than I had thought. Thanks again for your informative