In Adventist theology, according to both Ellen White and the SDA Bible Commentary, glorification is where a person will be given a body made of completely new particles and, from His memory, God will put your personality into this new body such that you can be recognized by others. The only thing different about this body will be that it won’t decay. It will be like Adam and Eve’s were in the Garden of Eden. Adventism does not teach a true resurrection of the same body that you died in, but a recreation of a new body that won’t decay that your “character/personality” will be placed into from God’s memory.
The Bible teaches that glorification is the state in which a person will eventually be brought after God resurrects your current body, but transforms it into an incorruptible body (1 Corinthians 15:35-54). This new body will never experience sickness, decay, deterioration, or death, nor will it have any sinful proclivities or desires.
We see what our resurrected bodies will be like when we look at Jesus’s post-resurrection appearances. He still had visible wounds (John 20:27), and His disciples could physically touch Him (Luke 24:39), yet He was able to travel effortlessly and appear and disappear at will. He could go through walls and doors yet could also eat, drink, sit and talk (John 20:19). The Bible says our “lowly bodies” will be “like His glorious body” (Philippians 3:21). Because Jesus resurrected in the same body that He died in, and our bodies will be like His, that means the same bodies we die in will be resurrected but glorified like Jesus’s was.
Jesus did not have a new body of new particles made that His “character” was placed into.