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But in so far as he really was a historical figure, then it is pretty clear that he was born round about that time.

Luke says that he was about 30 years old in the 15th year of the reign of the emperor Tiberius; and since Tiberius succeeded Augustus in 14 AD it strikes me that the 6th century monk Dionysius Exiguus may not have been wholly wrong in locating the BC/AD turn where he did.

Even though I get most of my news from papers or the internet, I pay through the nose for the privilege of having a TV. We have all been brought up to imagine that the reason we call this year 2011 AD, or Anno Domini, is that it is 2011 years after the putative birth of Jesus Christ.

We have grown up thinking that the year 2011 BC is so called because it was 2011 years Before Christ.

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This decision by the BBC is not only puerile and absurd.

As it happens we are absolutely correct in both beliefs.

Of course it is true that there is perplexity about the date of Christ's birth, since Herod the Great actually died in 4 BC – and there will always be some who doubt that Jesus of Nazareth ever existed.

It is also deeply anti-democratic, and I urge all those who are fed up with the advance of pointless political correctness to fight back.

The BBC is almost alone in Western democracies in being a state-funded broadcaster. And therefore I think we deserve to be consulted before the corporation makes a decision of immense cultural importance, a decision that affects the way we will ask our children to think about the history of our civilisation.

This decision by the BBC is not only puerile and absurd.As it happens we are absolutely correct in both beliefs.Of course it is true that there is perplexity about the date of Christ's birth, since Herod the Great actually died in 4 BC – and there will always be some who doubt that Jesus of Nazareth ever existed.It is also deeply anti-democratic, and I urge all those who are fed up with the advance of pointless political correctness to fight back.The BBC is almost alone in Western democracies in being a state-funded broadcaster. And therefore I think we deserve to be consulted before the corporation makes a decision of immense cultural importance, a decision that affects the way we will ask our children to think about the history of our civilisation.DCS events are kid-friendly unless otherwise noted.