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Why use ad and bc for Christ?

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ad=after death

bc=before christ this is how i remember it

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Yes BC= Before Christ and AD= Anno Domini (Year of our Lord)


BC comes first as in Before Christ, AD is Anno Domini or after Christ


BC : before Christ AD : anno domino


BC is the time before jesus christ was born therefore BC is BEFORE CHRIST and AD refers to the time after christ was born


It depends whether it is BC or AD If it was BC it was 1200 years before Christ If it was AD it was 1200 years after Christ


BC stands for before Christ. AD would stand for after death of Christ.


BC means Before Christ AD means Ano Domini (after Christ)


BC is before AD (Before Christ) (After Death)


BC - Before Christ AD - Anno Domini


AD - Anno Domini BC - Before Christ


BC stands for "Before Christ" and AD stands for "After Death." In Latin, AD stands for "anno domino." That means "in the year of our lord."BC stands for Before Christ, before Christ was killed. AD stands for After Death AFTER Christ was killed.Two outdated but still common terms. AD stands for After Death (the death of Christ), BC stands for Before Christ. The 'correct' terms are B.C.E (Before Common Era) and C.E (Common Era)AD - Stands For Ano Domini And Bc Stands For Before Christ!! Thats What I Know!AD=after deasth of christ. BC=before christ


BC is "before Christ" and AD "anno domini"


AD stands for "anno Domini" BC stands for "before Christ"


BC: Before Christ AD: Anno Domini (After Christ/Latin) BC stands for "Before Christ", AD stands for "Anno Domini" which is medieval latin for "in the year of (the) Lord" - not After Death! Interestingly, there was no year zero - the calendar goes straight from 1 BC to 1 AD.


BC is the English word for Before ChristAD is the English word for after christ (Anno Domini)if you want to say BC in other languages you must use different words.In Italy BC is AC (Avanti Cristo=Before Christ) and AD is DC (Dopo Cristo= after Christ) and you know that Italian is a language that comes from latinBC is actually a term implemented by modern society- but AD was started by the Romans. Anno Domini actually means 'In the year of our lord' which does in fact refer to Christ.AD is not the 'English word' for after christ, Anno Domini is Latin.


BC, before Christ came before AD, anno domini


BC stands for before Christ and AD stands for after death.


I was taught that BC means Before Christ, and AD means After Death.


BC is first as Before Christ. AD comes after as Anno Domini


I think it means After Death, AD, and Before Christ, BC.


BC, because that means "before Christ". So 250 years BC is 250 years before Christ was born. AD means anno Domini, or "after death" (of Christ). The year 77 AD is 77 years after christ died. This year is 2008 AD.


BC = Before Christ AD = Anno Domini (after the birth of Christ)


BC= Before Christ. Everything before the birth of Christ is recorded with a BC after it. For example, Stonehenge was built in 3500 BC. This means Stonehenge was built 3500 years before the birth of Christ AD= Anno Domini. This is latin for After Christ. All dates after the birth of Christ are recorded with an AD after it. For example, this is the year 2011 AD. This means this year is 2011 years after the birth of Christ


BC stands for Before Christ, and AD stands for Anno Domini. BC comes first than AD.


BC means before Christ and AD stands for Anno Domini (year of the lord). BC is before the birth of Christ and AD are the years after the birth. People often use BC as Before the Common era and CE for Common Era (CE). Not all people are christian.



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