I don't see a reference to the resurrection body in the verse itself, though you assert that there's one. Paul seems rather to be referring to a state of affairs immediately following our physical death. Your stance would insert a (potentially very long) period of time between our physical death and what Paul is talking about. That's not the natural reading, in my opinion, since Paul makes no reference to such a gap. (Incidentally, I see the "house not made with human hands" as the same structure referred to in Daniel 2:34 -with the same "not by human hands" language - that will grow to fill the earth. We're a part of that structure.)Paidion wrote:Paul thinks of the human body as a house in which we dwell. If this house is destroyed, if we die, when the resurrection occurs, we will have a "building" from God, the resurrected, immortal body in which to dwell.1 For we know that if our earthly house, this tent, is destroyed, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.
There's no reference our immortal body in the verse. It may be a reasonable inference, but it's not stated directly. It says we are clothed with our habitation.Paidion wrote:We groan while in this mortal body, earnestly desiring to be clothed with our immortal body with which we shall be raised.2 For in this we groan, earnestly desiring to be clothed with our habitation which is from heaven,
Again there's no indisputable reference to the resurrection body. It might be one reasonable interpretation to think that "shall not be found naked" is asserting a resurrection body. But the verse just states we will be clothed with our dwelling place, whatever that may be.Paidion wrote:Being clothed with the resurrection body, we shall not be found "naked," that is, we shall not be found as bodiless souls or spirits.3 if indeed, having been clothed, we shall not be found naked.
Key to understanding 5:1-8 (which you cite) is the verse immediately preceding:
2 Corinthians 4:18. "as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are seen are transient, but the things that are unseen are eternal.
Paul seems to be setting up the verses that follow as referring to something unseen (like our spirits) not something seen (like our resurrection bodies).