Let's be clear: Some Christians (Tertullian, for example) believed God was corporeal because they believed souls were corporeal.
Way off base. You obviously haven't bothered to read any of the scholarship I cited.
That is a far cry from Mormonism's "Exalted Man," with " a body of flesh and bones as tangible as man's," living in the vicinity of the starbase Kolob.
My point was never to say the first century Christians were proto-Mormons. My point was to show that the ideologies of the first century CE were quite drastically different from those of the second century on.