Some people believe God the Father has a physical body, specifically the body of a man. Today I was thinking of some of the things that this implies.
First, it seems to imply that God is not the designer of the human body.
Second, it seems to imply that the human body is not the product of evolution on this earth, since it existed, in God at least, before the earth was created.
If God didn’t design it, and it didn’t evolve, how did it get its form?
One possibility is that it evolved on another planet, long before this one was created. But that still seems to exclude the possibility that it evolved on this planet. Or did it evolve on two separate planets yet still manage to arrive at the identical form on both? If so, that seems to require that evolution on this planet was guided. The odds of it evolving identically and by chance in two different places and times, surely are prohibitively high.
Thus, I would think that anyone who believes God has the physical body of a man, must necessarily believe that God did not design the human body, and that it did not evolve on earth, or at least not by chance. I would be interested to know whether anyone who believes God has such a body, does not believe either of these things, and if not, how they avoid these implications.