Answering the Pentecost rapture theory

Many good scholars have attempted to make the case for a Pentecost rapture. However, I have noticed that they have all missed a crucial fact. Pentecost was the day the Body of Messiah (the church) was conceived, not born.
A grave error has been made as to the corporate entry and filling of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2:1-4. It has been said this was the birth of the church. It was not.
Someone long ago relayed this misinterpretation to the public because they believed the beginning of the church in Acts 2 was when its life began. This is true, but they called it the birth of the church which reverses the timeline – because life truly begins at conception. This has unfortunately been parroted by countless pastors without a thought of the natural order.
The conception of a child must occur before its growth and birth. A conception is naturally when a father’s sperm enters a mother’s egg and fertilizes it. This is what occurred at Pentecost, fulfilling that Appointed Time (festival).
Immediately when the sperm enters and fertilizes the egg, the two parts become a single new creation with its own DNA. This new creation receives a human spirit and is no longer a sperm or an egg. This is what occurred at Pentecost 2000 years ago on a corporate and prophetic scale. The disciples (egg) received the incorruptible Seed (sperm) from heaven and were given a new Spirit, the Ruah ha’Qodesh. New creation conceived.
The child then grows in the mother until the day of its birth has come. The rapture is the birth of the church as John saw in Revelation 12:5. It is the day the church age ends.
Conception is an entry. Birth is an exit. Read that again.
The rapture is a birth and was foretold to occur on the Feast of Trumpets in 1 Corinthians 15:52 (at the last trump). It was shown to occur after the church age letters in Revelation 4:1-2 at the Voice like a trumpet calling John to, ‘Come up here!’ And in Revelation 12:1-2 & 5, it was written in the stars so there would be no question.
Pentecost was the entry festival. Trumpets is the exit festival.
Is the rapture an exit? You better believe it!
Lastly, do not forget that Pentecost is the only festival that is found by counting 50 days. 2000 divided by 50 (a jubilee) is 40. Forty jubilees. Similar to a human gestation period. The average length of pregnancy, or gestation, is counted at 40 weeks. Again, this is of biblical proportions – a forty jubilee gestation of the church. BAM!
So to answer the Pentecost rapture theory, I ask one simple question. Has a child ever been born on the day it was conceived?
This is an amazing discovery. The truth has been revealed.