- n. Plural form of Pharisee.
“What Jesus told the Pharisees is a lesson for all you intolerant bastards.”
“It was for the sake of the people that he called the Pharisees”
“Our Lord in it calls the Pharisees and Sadducees hypocrites; because, though they could use their common sense and experience to judge of the weather they would not use them to judge of the signs of the times; of what was going to happen to the Jewish nation.”
“But the issue at hand is this rewrite where the word Pharisees is replaced with "Liberals".”
“I take great comfort in the Gospels, where Jesus called the Pharisees hypocrites for forcing people to follow the law, while they themselves did as they pleased!”
“He warns in verse 1, Be on your guard against the yeast of the Pharisees, which is basically ultra-right-wing religious hypocrisy.”
“In stark contrast, the Pharisees were the respected and empowered leaders of the community.”
“It will be fun when these dirtbags just like the rest of the pit of vipers called Pharisees that Jesus spoke of have to face Him at the throne of judgment.”
“I'm pretty sure I recall the Pharisees making the same claim about Jesus.”
“Madjess, a full reading of Matthew 15 makes it clear that Jesus was not calling for murder, but rather calling the Pharisees hypocrites.”
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