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- n. the present or recent times
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In other words, we were not corrupted with the antibiblical philosophies and utter confusion that have suffocated our modern era and robbed it of genuine moral strength.
It is true that both Eusebius and Phlegon place the crucifixion in AD. 33, but this arises from their both depending on the original Christian calculation which ultimately gave rise to the modern era of the birth of Christ.