Not dealing with the exact topic, but a side topic of the thread:
I have been speaking to a man at work who is a good friend about religion. He believes spirit is not tangible, and that it does not have a shape.
I mentioned to him the Mount of Transfiguration where Peter, James, and John saw Moses and Elijah (as men), before they were resurrected (knowing Christ was the first resurrected). This, of course, meaning their spirits had the form of men.
I thought by the look on his face that he was going to admit he was stumped. Instead, he said that since God exists outside of time, that they were probably resurrected and came back to that time period to do whatever God wanted them to do.
So, yeah, people can and will believe anything they want.
By the way, is there anyone who believes spirits are not tangible and do not have a form that would like to respond to what I discussed with my friend? PC?