C.e. Meaning in Hindi

C.e. Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. Of the period coinciding with the Christian era; preferred by some writers who are not Christians

1. in 200 CE


C.e. Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "Is there anything love couldn't make us do? --MARTIAL, C.E. C.40-104"
- Karen Marie Moning, Spell of the Highlander

2. "In the Ummah, there was no tradition of veiling until around 627 C.E., when the so-called verse of hijab suddenly descended upon the community. That verse, however, was addressed not to women in general, but exclusively to Muhammad’s wives:"
- Reza Aslan, No God But God: The Origins

3. "The less government we have the better—the fewer laws, and the less confided power. The antidote to this abuse of formal government is the influence of private character, the growth of the individual. . . . —Politics Ralph Waldo Emerson C.E. 1844"
- William H. Keith Jr., Rebellion

4. "We gaze up at the same stars, the sky covers us all, the same universe encompasses us. What does it matter what practical system we adopt in our search for the truth? Not by one avenue only can we arrive at so tremendous a secret. —SYMMACHUS, 384 C.E."
- Margot Adler, Drawing Down the Moon: Witches

5. "The first century was an era of apocalyptic expectation among the Jews of Palestine, the unofficial Roman designation for the vast tract of land encompassing modern day Israel/Palestine as well as large parts of Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon (the land would not be officially called Palestine until after 135 C.E.)"
- Reza Aslan, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth

6. "Together, these three gospels—Mark, Matthew, and Luke—became known as the Synoptics (Greek for viewed together) because they more or less present a common narrative and chronology about the life and ministry of Jesus, one that is greatly at odds with the fourth gospel, John, which was likely written soon after the close of the first century, between 100 and 120 C.E."
- Reza Aslan, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth

7. "A similar lack of concern about Jesus’s earthly origins can be found in the first gospel, Mark, written just after 70 C.E. Mark’s focus is kept squarely on Jesus’s ministry; he is uninterested either in Jesus’s birth or, perhaps surprisingly, in Jesus’s resurrection, as he writes nothing at all about either event. The early Christian community appears not to have been particularly concerned about any aspect of Jesus’s life before the launch of his ministry. Stories about his birth and childhood are conspicuously absent from the earliest written documents. The Q material, which was compiled around 50 C.E., makes no mention of anything that happened before Jesus’s baptism by John the Baptist. The letters of Paul, which make up the bulk of the New Testament, are wholly detached from any event in Jesus’s life save his crucifixion and resurrection (though Paul does mention the Last Supper)."
- Reza Aslan, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth

8. "For most of their history in China, Pugs were treasured dogs. By law, they could only be owned by nobility or by Buddhist monks. However, because they were held in such high regard, they were also used as pawns in international relations. In 732 C.E., China gave a Pug to Japan as a gift to cement diplomatic relations. The Japanese became infatuated with this dog, and it became the first of many given to Japanese diplomats."
- Liz Palika, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Pugs

9. "The pre-Easter Jesus is the historical Jesus. This Jesus is a figure of the past, a finite mortal human being born around the year 4 B.C.E. In his early thirties, after one to three years of public activity, he was executed by Roman authority (most likely in the year 30 C.E.). That Jesus—the flesh-and-blood Galilean Jewish peasant of the first century—is no more.6 The post-Easter Jesus is what Jesus became after his death. More specifically, the post-Easter Jesus is the Jesus of Christian tradition and experience (and both nouns are important)."
- Marcus J. Borg, The God We Never Knew: Beyond Dogmatic Religion To A More Authenthic Contemporary Faith

10. "Intelligence and compassion are the heart of what it means to be human. Help others where you can. That is clear enough. But a Creator may well want us to open our eyes, as well. If there is a judgment, God may not be particularly interested in how many hymns we sang or what prayers we memorized. I suspect He may instead look at us and say, I gave you a brain, and you never used it. I gave you the stars, and you never looked. —Marcia Tolbert, Centauri Days, 3111 C.E."
- Jack McDevitt, Firebird

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