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BCE

Abbreviation for:
basal cell epithelioma
benign childhood epilepsy
bone-collagen equivalent
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In Judaism after the first century of the Common Era and in Islam, miracles are accorded no official significance by religious leaders.
Whitehall mandarins are considering dumping the Latin phrase Anno Domini - in the year of our Lord - for the politically correct CE, meaning Common Era.
As the twentieth century and the second millennium of the common era draw to a close, we all, in different ways, have time, history, and change on our minds.
Each makes a plausible, if not always convincing, case that particular perspectives of one tradition at the beginning of the Common Era became characteristic of the other in the Constantinian Empire.
can describe the parallel rabbinic focus on the divine character of the written Torah as the new locus for religious authority in the early Jewish communities of the Common Era.
The first decade of the common era started with the year 1.
During the first millennium of the common era Jain monks produced three remarkable Prakrit works which scholarship has styled either "romances" or, more daringly, "novels.
The Daily Mail had last week reported that the BBC had replaced Anno Domini (the Year of our Lord) and Before Christ with the obscure terms Common Era (CE) and Before the Common Era (BCE).
Davis (religion and Asian studies, Bard College) surveys some of the ways India was engaged with other parts of the world during the first two centuries of the common era, depicting a complex civilization involved in many types of exchanges.
The emphasis on family, on sexual morality, on caring for one's kith and kin-all were (and are) sacred Jewish traditions, and the transmission of those mores from a relative backwater of the Roman Empire in the first years of the Common Era to our own time is the unlikely result of Mary and Joseph's parenting, the disciples' failed apocalyptic hopes and, ultimately, the early Christians' search for a way to survive once they realized the Second Coming was not as imminent as they first believed.
The Corporation has replaced the familiar Anno Domini (the year of Our Lord) and Before Christ with the obscure terms Common Era and Before Common Era.
This first volume covers biblical interpretation within the Bible, between the testaments, the Old Testament in the New, and the early centuries of the Common Era.

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