Christian Era


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Christian Era

the period beginning with the year of Christ's birth. Dates in this era are labelled ad, those previous to it bc
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Marriage was not compulsory for women up until the dawn of the Christian era and they could engage in long periods of study as 'Brahmavardhinis'(Madhavananda & Majumdar, 2008).
Tertullian famously asked at the end of second century of Christian era, alluding to the dissonance which existed even then between the secular and the sacred views of reality.
The second section introduced the concept of death as a point of judgment and moved into the Christian era.
Tacitus, lauded by many as the best Roman historian for his concision, attention to detail, and reliability, is a must-read for anyone wanting a dispassionate account of Roman culture and politics at the beginning of the Christian era.
1 Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality: Gay People in Western Europe From the Beginning of the Christian Era to the Fourteenth Century by John Boswell, University of Chicago Press
This "continuity of the Hermetic tradition" survived both the definitive scholarly demonstration that the writings attributed to Hermes were in fact not earlier than the Christian era, and the philosophical redefinition of the relationship between man and world that fostered the development of modern science.
It is known that men were divers more than 800 years before the beginning of the Christian era.
Although I don't think the Christian martyrs were in any way morally equivalent to suicide murderers, I think some of the ways martyrdom was encouraged in the early Christian era are surprisingly similar to what we see today.
Perhaps Fone's best work in this regard is found in Part Two/Chapter Five where he demonstrates that there is no known "homosexual" interpretation of the Genesis Chapter 19 story of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah until the first century of the Christian era (in both The Second Book of Enoch and the works of Philo).
In the Christian era, these orgiastic pagan December festivities were amalgamated with Christmas, the day when the Liberator Jesus Christ was born, who also preached that all men were equal.

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