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Galatians 3 and 4 explains how God sought to lay a foundation for the coming of the Messiah, through the Jewish Law. The Law was to make people understand the depth of their sinfulness (in that they were incapable of keeping the Law) so that they might more readily accept the cure for that sin through Jesus the Messiah (Galatians 3:22-23; Romans 3:19-20). ...


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We do not know. We only know that He came at the appropriate time. Galatians 4:4-5: 4 But when the fullness of time had come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, 5 to ransom those under the law, so that we might receive adoption. From this we know the well-known facts that at the time of His coming: His mother, Mary, born of Saint ...


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The dating of the New Testament is a matter of some controversy, so there is no consensus answer to the question of which ones were written after the destruction of the temple. (The Old Testament books were of course written well before). No New testament documents make clear reference to the destruction of the temple. Some appear to prophecy the ...


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My answer on a related question covers much the same ground. I like this question better, because it is more generic, but the specifics of that answer still hold true here. Key points: God desires 1 sacrifice, and 1 sacrifice only, for all time (Heb 10) God chose to come "at the right time to die for the ungodly" (Gal 4) Too early, and people wouldn't ...


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Jesus came during the time of the Romana Pax, which is a time when Rome was at peace. If he came during there was a lot of war, when people beg him to help with defense, what would he say?, because if he kills one man, even if he is evil, he will not be perfect anymore and dieing wouldn't do anything. If he didn't defend, either he wouldn't have died on the ...


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It would be awesome, but there is no global Catholic Mass timetable. for the united states, MassTimes.org is the usual best bet, with going to a particular diocese' website and hoping that they have links parishes you want. Lots of parishes post their bulletins to SeekAndFind.com so you can build a list of mass times from that. But that's way, way, way to ...



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