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Jesus, the author of time, is the basis for how we measure time.
Blessed be the name of God forever and ever, to whom belong wisdom and might.
In fact, the use of BC and AD causes more problems for Christians than it solves.
For one, it perpetuates the stereotype that Christians are arrogant tyrants who insist on couching all of human history (including Jewish, Islamic, Indian, Chinese, etc.) as relative to the birth of Christ.
There are, however, several excellent reasons for Christians to leave behind the BC/AD dating system.Christians have offered many reasons for maintaining the BC/AD system.Many Christians perceive the BCE/CE system to be an affront to Christianity.We can see this in such passages as Luke 1:5—"In the days of Herod, king of Judea…" and Esther 1:1—"Now it took place in the days of Ahasuerus, the Ahasuerus who reigned from India to Ethiopia over 127 provinces…" This worked fine for local records, but with the influence of the Catholic Church expanding to several different nations with many different rulers, it wasn't practical for church use.The prior dating system also had the unhappy propensity to recognize unpopular rulers in something so mundane as the date.
"BC" just means Before Christ and counts backward from the same year AD starts (there is no year "0").