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the Western one) without having to have some special knowledge about what "anno domini" means or who Christ is.Wikipedia also mentions an issue with the Julian Calendar and the Gregorian Calendar historically both using AD/BC, leading to some confusion as to which calendar system is being referred to: The terms "Common Era", "Anno Domini", "Before the Common Era" and "Before Christ" can be applied to dates that rely on either the Julian calendar or the Gregorian calendar.Anyway, you don't need to worry, BC/AD has not lost at all to the metric system or Kwanzaa, it is still very much what is used and recognized (but I haven't looked at any high school history books lately).Note that the labeling BC/AD was introduced in the 6th century....Well, successful in that the name changed, but not so successful since the numbers are still exactly the same, and still have an end and start at the traditional year of the birth of Christ. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?Peter and Paul likely perished during the persecution of the church in Rome by Nero.The deaths of these important church leaders likely encouraged the writing down of narratives about Jesus.

Here are just a few problems with BC/AD: Any one of these reasons alone wouldn't be enough to argue for a new convention.Astronomers of course have the best solution - just count days.While this issue always seems to get mired in arguments about political correctness, I'd offer another perspective.AUC, which superseded the year style based on the founding of Rome ( AUC stands for Ab Urbe Condite (I had understood BCE to mean "Before the Common Era" and CE as "Common Era", which was successful in removing Christianity from the year naming system.And aside from the minor point mentioned in the question that they look a little too alike compared to BC/AD, I think there's a strong argument for stylistic and logical advantages. As the world has also standardized on or at the very least have an alternate calendar (as in many Muslim countries), BCE/CE are modern inventions to avoid Christian-centric notions.