“And unfortunately not Following the truth as no such compartments are called part of Hades, Sheol in the Scriptures and Christ was resurrected as a spirit person not as spirit plus body united according to Paul in 1 Cor. 15.
Am I understanding you correctly - that you are saying Christ was resurrected as a spirit person - according the St. Paul in Corinthians, Chapter 15?
I am lookinbg at my “New Jerusalem Bible”, Cor. ch. 15 - the heading is “THE RESURRECTION OF THE DEAD.”
Paul is emphatic that Jesus was raised from the dead and he states in verses 12-14, “If there is no resurrection of the dead, then Christ cannot have been raised either, and if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is without substance, and so is your faith.”
The Gospels relate the story of Thomas who stated he would not believe the resurrection of Jesus until he/Thomas put his fingers into the holes of His hands, and put his hand into the wounded side of Jesus.
And we also read about the first manifestation of the risen Jesus on the road to Emmaus when Jesus actually shared a supper with two of his disciples.
I am curious, as I am not certain about your posting regarding he resurrected Jesus as a “spirit person”. Perhaps I am nisinterpretting what you posted?
“So the first man, Adam, as scripture says, became a living soul; and the last Adam has become a life-giving spirit.”
I don't think we have any question about who Paul is talking about here. He says Christ “has become” a spirit by resurrection.
So in answer to: “Am I understanding you correctly - that you are saying Christ was resurrected as a spirit person - according the St. Paul in Corinthians, Chapter 15?”, Yes, you understand what I said correctly...and what Paul said as you see in his comment.
Spirits, angels have appeared with fleshly bodies before, three angels came to Abraham (Gen. 18) and even sat down to eat a meal. Jacob grappled with an angel (Gen. 32) so it was not just a vision but actual material flesh he could grasp that the angel produced.
So that Jesus manifested a fleshly food eating body at will is hardly without precedent. Nor as those angels did, dissolving (for want of a better term) it since as Paul further said in vs. 50 that “flesh and blood cannot inherit God's kingdom.”
But lest there be no doubt, Paul makes clear Jesus was not resurrected as a flesh and blood human but as a spirit and returned to heaven as a spirit.