No not at all the bible states that God had no beginning and will never have an end, he has always existed so it would be impossible to say how old he is. Revelation 1:8
No. The common era calendar year has nothing to do with the age of the Abrahamic God, who various scriptures claim is eternal.
Gods were revered by man for many millennia before we kept any calendars.
Well, technically, He would be that old; but I think He is much older.
But of course it's hard to accuratelly put a label on "forever."
I'm 70, but it is also technically correct to say that I am also 25, 30, 69, etc.
The devil is in the details.
I don't want to get mixed up in any debates but want to answer your question. Yes I am a Christian. Yes I know everyone thinks it's impossible for someone to have lived forever. God has always been. He existed when there was no earth and will still exist when it is destroyed. Although off a few years the calender was reset about the time Christ was born because He brought new life. God does not have age, in fact God doesn't even live in a spectrum of time.
The plain answer is no.
2015 only represents the amount of years that have passed, plus or minus a century, since the birth of Jesus Christ.
According to the Hebrew calendar, this is year 5776.
According to the Chinese calendar, this is year 4713.
According to the Mayan calendar, today (Dec 29, 2015) is the Long Count Date of 18.104.22.168.3.
13 X 144,000 days = 1,872,000 days
0 X 7,200 days = 0 days
3 X 360 days = 1,080 days
1 X 20 days = 20 days
3 X 1 day = 3 days
You are the god you seek.
god is a particle not a person.
The calendar we use today is the Gregorian calendar and it is based on the calendar that Julius Ceasar started. It was also started around the time of Jesus, not God. God goes back to the begining of time, before there were calendars.
The "Concept" of God is that IT is eternal . . . So, always has been.
Now the "Concept" of the Son of God visiting earth . . Well that's different. According tot he Bible you could get an amount of time to gauge THAT part, but since the Son is in actuality ALSO the Father . . . We are back to that pesky concept of "Eternal" once again/
The dilemma that you are having comes from belief that Jesus is God and that he had no pre human existence. The truth is that the creator had no beginning and that Jesus was the first of his creation. (Col 1:13-15)