Adventist Teaching: Yes
Biblical Teaching: No
The Adventist Church—by way of Ellen G. White—teaches that Michael the Archangel (who they believe is Jesus Christ) resurrected Moses when disputing with Satan over Moses’s body (Jude 1:9).
The reason they teach this is because they think that Moses was physically present at the Transfiguration (Matthew 17:3). Because of their teaching around the state of the dead and that you cease to exist between your physical death and the resurrection (what is more akin to a re-creation in their theology), they have to have Moses being resurrected because he appears with Christ at the Transfiguration.
But if one reads the account in Matthew 17:1-13 carefully, you’ll notice that, after the Transfiguration event, Jesus tells the disciples that witnessed it to tell no one of the vision they were shown (Matthew 17:9). It was a vision, not Moses physically appearing.
The Bible nowhere says Michael the Archangel resurrected Moses. Jude 1:9 simply says there was a dispute over the body of Moses after his death, not that Moses was resurrected. Jesus was the first fruits of the resurrection (1 Corinthians 15:20-23). Moses was not resurrected before Jesus. Furthermore, Deuteronomy 34:5-7 tells us about God’s burying of Moses’s body which would mean this took place after this dispute over his body took place. Scripture doesn’t tell us Moses was resurrected.