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Look at what you just said. You belive He was killed 30 AD? Ok, look at this, the BC means before Christ and the AD means after death. So, apparently there had to be a Christ who died for us.

BurningSon, POD Warrior Forum 17 Comments [11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Anno Domini, fucktard

10/15/2006 7:24:14 PM


And there's a planet called Saturn, so apparently the Roman God of time and agriculture also exists.

Newsflash dickhead. Dates in that era in the Roman Empire were measured in the reign of the current Emporer and months revolved round the 29½ day lunar cycle. Gregorian monks made the Gregorian calendar over 1,000 years later.

10/16/2006 3:00:39 AM


Obvious poe.

12/8/2009 3:05:54 PM

So what did they call it when Jesus was fifteen? Year: 15 ANQYD (After-not-quite-yet-death)?

12/20/2009 1:51:38 PM



That was, I believe, the best possible response anyone could give to this post.

12/20/2009 2:44:23 PM


History fail.

OK, I'm seriously tipsy, but I still see the reason of Before Christ and Anno Domini. But, maybe that's only because I've studied Latin for three years and English for - wait for it - 12 years. Have you?

12/20/2009 3:29:39 PM


I don't know why people think this. It takes 1 second of thought to realise that AD cannot mean 'after death'. If it meant after death then he would have been born and killed within a year.

12/20/2009 3:29:58 PM


Jesus was crusified and died 30AD... So he died 30 years AFTER (his own) DEATH? And here I thought scripture said he was a zombie for only three days.

4/14/2010 12:12:50 AM


So, he lived less than one year? There is no year in-between BC and AD, stupid.

4/14/2010 12:19:22 AM


Yeah, Jesusites, explain the 30 year discepency.Why, It's almost like someone made up that shit without thinking it through

4/14/2010 12:00:51 PM


I think we should date everything around Muhammad and see how fast they start screaming about freedom FROM religion.

Oh, wait, I guess BM wouldn't work. LOL.

4/14/2010 2:10:19 PM


'Anno Domini' is "In the year of our lord".

And you wanna know a sad story? My 9th grade teacher* once said it was "after death". When I pointed out the real meaning of the abbreviation, he said "Ah, the Latin translation".

*I graduated in '10

7/2/2011 9:38:52 PM


Such confuse. Much abbreviation. Wow.

2/13/2014 2:11:45 PM


That isn't what AD stands for, you uneducated shitstain

6/1/2014 10:29:50 AM

except AD is short for anno domini which could be latin for the year of our lord.

If it meant after death then there would be a 30 year period with no dates.

6/1/2014 11:02:07 AM


AD means Anno Domini; In the Year of Our Lord, silly.
Jesus was born somewhere between 4 BC and 7 AD, and he was born in spring, not at Christmas. There is no year zero.

Oops, I have apparently posted before in this thread, but I was apparently too tipsy to count. I have studied English for 14 years, and I continue to study it on my own time since then, as I read almost exclusively in English. Right now it's The Fellowship of the Ring, for the second or third time.

6/1/2014 2:17:04 PM

And what did their calendars show before he was born? 10BC? Did they know he was coming? And the exact year?

6/1/2014 5:02:25 PM

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