So, one of the central requirements for being a Christian is that you not believe that God the Father does not have a tangible body. Could you show me the biblical basis for your definitions or for these rules? I don't recall ever seeing such definitions in the Bible. And I always thought that what made somebody a Christian was accepting Christ as Savior and Lord. But I guess that doesn't cut it. We are saved not by grace, but by grace-and-not-believing-that-God-the-Father-has-a-body. Where does the Bible teach that? Doesn't it make you slightly uncomfortable to add to the word of God, and to add "proper" theology as a requirement for salvation?