I am writing a paper in which I would like to point to fact that some phenomenon is not a mere coincidence (and is relevant from point of view of the theory I work within), and afterwards I explain why it is the case. I was thinking of using something like:
It is not a coincidence that structures from theorem T have a property P.
But now I have some second thoughts - does it convey the intended meaning? How about:
There is a reason behind the fact that structures from theorem T have a property P.
I will be grateful for help.