2 Corinthians 5:4 "For we in this body do groan, being burdened not to die but that mortality be swallowed up in immortality."

I would feel sorry for Gentile children with a parent who longs to die, per the instruction of Pharisee Paul for the Gentiles.  Oh, we don't want to die, we just want to put on an immortal body.  My children, Little Suzy, little Joey - I just want to leave you guys so I can have an immortal body.

Based on evil Pharisee Paul's logic, Jesus did quite a disfavor to Lazarus in bringing him back from the dead!  The story of Lazarus is in John 11:38-44.  Did Lazarus say to Jesus: Hey man what you bring me back to life for?  Give me back my immortal body and I'll see you on the other side.  Yo Mary and Martha how's it going?  Now send me back Jesus, I don't want to be on earth in this body!

The Pharisees are so evil, they taught Gentiles that they should long to die.  Get out of your damned flesh, it's a body of death.  Follow Paul's example: he moans and groans and is burdened with anxiety over when the hell is he going to leave his body!  Yeah, cool man I just love those Pharisees!

At what age do Gentiles start teaching their children that there is no good in their bodies and their best days are when they are dead; and if they do make it to adulthood, their best shot at holiness is to be celibate for the rest of their life?  See Romans 7:16-7:25, 2 Corinthians 5:4 and 1 Corinthians 7:32-34.

As far as I'm concerned, any one teaching a child to obey the doctrine of Pharisee Paul is committing child abuse. 

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