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Was there a reason Jesus came at the time he did? The short answer is "yes" – there is nothing accidental about how the key events in the Bible timeline unfold. This is evident in Acts 41 for example: 27for truly in this city there were gathered together against your holy servant Jesus, whom you anointed, both Herod and Pontius Pilate, along with ...


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Not being familiar with the term "meridian of time" I clicked on your hyperlink and read the definition given there. While there are many terms Christians use today which are not in the Bible, including "the meridian of time," I can only suggest there is a term in the Bible which tells us why Jesus came when He did. It comes from Galatians: ὅτε δὲ ἦλθεν ...


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To my knowledge there is not a clear answer to this question in standard LDS church doctrine. It is likely that many church leaders over the years have given their opinion on the matter but whether these statements constitute doctrine is questionable. Mormons do believe is a purpose for Christ being born at this time, as they believe there is a purpose in ...


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I've read through the linked definition of "Meridian of Time" several times, and I think the answer is quite simple. The question is looking at it from the wrong angle. It's like asking "why are all the sided of a square the same length?" or "why does a triangle have three sides. Looking at this portion of the article you linked to: The meridian of time ...


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Though this answer is based primarily on the Bible itself, it comes from a perspective outlined in the theological writings of Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772). Human spiritual ages start pristine, then fall, and finally end in corruption and destruction In the Bible, various time periods or ages of human spiritual history are described in narrative fashion. ...


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Why did He come when He did? Jesus came at the time when God said He would come. He was alive during the year that God said He would be. So, Jesus’ coming at the time was fulfillment of God’s promise. This prophecy is given in Daniel 9:25-26, in which 69 weeks of years (483 years) of time span from “the going forth of the command to restore and build ...


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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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