This is a topic where the Adventist Church has borrowed Christian language to define something much differently than Christians and scripture do.
The SDA Bible Commentary, Vol. 6, pg. 1092-93—quoting Ellen White—states that those who are resurrected will be given a different body than the current one they have. This new body will be made of completely new particles of matter in a completely different creation that God has yet to begin. The personality/character (what they call your spirit) of the individual will be preserved in the memory of God who, when working on this new creation, will create a new body for those found worthy of “resurrection” and then port into that new body the character/personality of the individual such that they can be recognized.
This is more akin to cloning and isn’t what the Bible teaches or what the Christian church believes about resurrection.
God promises “a new heaven and a new earth” in Revelation 21:1. Some people take that to mean that God will destroy the current creation and start over again from scratch. But this is incorrect. We ourselves are part of this present creation and will not be scrapped.
Christ’s redemption—in contrast to Adam plunging creation into sin—brings a reversal and remedy for the entirety of the Fall. Christ brings a remedy for sin which Romans 3:21-6 and Romans 8 state. But His triumph will also free the rest of creation from “futility,”—meaning—the effects of the curse God placed on it. The creation was originally good, and the futility was injected after the fact, at the time of the Fall. There is a biblical basis for believing that God will root out all futility without destroying the good creation in the process. This is what Romans 8:21 promises: “the creation itself will be set free from its bondage to decay and obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God.”
In 1 Corinthians 15:20-22, Paul tells us that Jesus is the first fruits of the resurrection (the fulfillment of the type and shadow of the feast of first fruits in Leviticus 23:9-14) and that we will be like Him. He is a picture of what it will be like for the Christian to be resurrected. Jesus resurrected in the same exact body that He died in (John 20:27), bearing the scars of His crucifixion forever. The same physical body that Jesus had was raised and given glorification (Philippians 3:21). This is what will happen to believers also.
Paul continues by explaining in 1 Corinthians 15:42 that what is sown (our current body) will be raised. A completely different body created with completely different particles was never sown to then be raised. That is a clone or replica of a person, not a resurrection.
We are also told in 2 Corinthians 5:16-17 that we are “new creatures in Christ”—which means the new creation process has already begun and will consummate in the glorification of our bodies and the curse being lifted off of the current creation (Genesis 2:15-17, Romans 8:19-23). Revelation 21:5 tells us that Jesus is presently making “all things new”, not “all new things”. He came to redeem the creation that fell, which includes humanity (Colossians 1:19-20).
Jesus was not given a brand new body made of completely different particles. If this were so, He didn’t actually resurrect and His old body would have still been in the tomb. What was sown was then raised. He is the example the Bible points to as a picture for believers of the resurrection.