“St. Paul, furthermore, is not concerned with the specifically Greek dichotomy between the soul and the body. Faithful to the realism of Jewish thought, he always thinks of man as a whole: for him, the body does not imply so much the materiality of human life as opposed to its spirituality, as it does the organic unity of that life, indissolubly material and spiritual.
This is why eternal life, salvation made perfect, is for him in no way a deliverance from the body, but the resurrection of the body. Is not man’s body called to become a member of Christ, a temple of the Spirit?”
(Louis Bouyer, The Spirituality of the New Testament and the Fathers, p. 79)