I have long been puzzled by the problem some Christians have with the LDS doctrine that God the Father has a physical body. Why is this a problem? Is Jesus God? All true Christians are obligated to say He is. Does Jesus have a physical body? Once again, all true Christians testify that He was physically resurrected and has a glorified body. Does this lesson his divinity? No, in fact, all power in heaven and on earth was given to Jesus after his resurrection (Matt. 28:18). How does, then, his body limit Him as God? It doesn't.
How would it limit the Father to also have a physical body? Is not Jesus the image of God (Col 1:15, Heb. 1:2, 2 Cor. 4:4)? If Jesus isn't limited by his glorified physical body, surely the Father could have a physical glorified body as well without loosing his divinity. Since Jesus is in fact the image (which implies a physical appearance) of God, God must be physically like Jesus.