“To affirm the bodily resurrection of Jesus is to affirm the goodness of all bodies–and that includes yours.” —Rob Bell
I assume by “all bodies” Rob Bell means all human bodies.
“All bodies” refers to all material bodies–human and non-human.
It is also true that when Jesus died he shed his blood to redeem all of creation as well, not just humans (Romans 8:20-21; cf. Colossians 1:20).
This aspect of incarnation theology may not fit with some, but I do believe we need to broaden our scope of the redemption of Jesus.
And ask, “Did Jesus just die for humans or for non-humans as well, namely, the creation?”
Against the docetic heresy of his day, Irenaeus is believed to have said that everything Jesus assumed of humanity he redeemed.
Remember, this must be understood against the docetists who were saying that Jesus ONLY appeared to be human.
Whether Rob Bell means human bodies and non-human beings or simply human bodies and not non-human bodies, “To affirm the bodily resurrection of Jesus is to affirm the goodness of all bodies…”