CE means Common Era CE is a remarkable system most widely used in the calendar era for the world.
CE means “common era” or sometimes “present era”. It is similar to AD, but less Christian. By the same token, BCE means “before the common era” or “before the present era”. It works similarly to BC, but again less Christian. You can use the two systems collaboratively and very meager people will see the dissimilarity.
- Traditionally, the Western calendar has divided dates into BC (BC) and AD (“Our Lord’s Year in Latin”).
- A.D. stands for “Anno Domini.” It is a Latin phrase that translates to “in the year of the Lord.”
- B.C. stands for “Before Christ.” It has the same reference point as AD, except it goes backward.
In this modern world of hyperresponsiveness to perceivable callousness, it is ironic, but one of many ways for the sensitive who hides from the origins of many things to make our modern world work.