Tuesday, December 10, 2013

ARSH Notation

I don't know if you've seen it yet, but some out there are actively combating the date notation of "CE" (Common Era) and not wishing to stick with "AD" (Anno Domini - the Year of our Lord).  So a different notation is being used, "ARSH" (Anno Reparatae Salutis Humanae - which means "In The Year Of The Reparation Of Human Salvation").

One blogger I found is approaching this as a more "in your face" approach to the pagan "CE" notation, his article can be found here:  http://brass-and-lead.blogspot.com/2013/06/june-6th-arsh-2013.html
Addendum:  I just realized that William (brass-and-lead.blogspot.com) reposted from the following blog  by Ann Barnhardt:   
http://www.barnhardt.biz/2013/06/06/starting-thursday-off-right-and-notation-change/
So, what do you think?  AD or ARSH?  Will or could or should "ARSH" catch on?

AMDG,
Scott<<<

December 10, ARSH 2013

2 comments:

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    1. Ruby, I agree with your sentiment. There is nothing wrong with AD. IMHO, ARSH will not catch on.

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