In fact, the Tanakh says so: Adam, the first man, became a living human being;o but the last "Adam" has become a life-giving Spirit.
Note, however, that the body from the Spirit did not come first, but the ordinary human one; the one from the Spirit comes afterwards.
The first man is from the earth, made of dust; the second man is from heaven.
People born of dust are like the man of dust, and people born from heaven are like the man from heaven;
and just as we have borne the image of the man of dust, so also we will bear the image of the man from heaven.
Let me say this, brothers: flesh and blood cannot share in the Kingdom of God, nor can something that decays share in what does not decay.
Look, I will tell you a secret - not all of us will die! But we will all be changed!
It will take but a moment, the blink of an eye, at the final shofar. For the shofar will sound, and the dead will be raised to live forever, and we too will be changed.
For this material which can decay must be clothed with imperishability, this which is mortal must be clothed with immortality.
When what decays puts on imperishability and what is mortal puts on immortality, then this passage in the Tanakh will be fulfilled: "Death is swallowed up in victory.
"Death, where is your victory? Death, where is your sting?"