Surely, we as Muslims, believe that the present life is not the only life life that we are going to have. After we die, there's going to be a another life that is never going to end, like waking up from sleep except that it's a much longer sleep. We may or may remember everything we have done but Allah will still question us about our actions. Then, our hands and feet will be confessing their own sins (and there's a verse about that in the Quran).
The non-believers will be in a state of shock and terror when they see their bodies restored back to life again.
So, my question is: Is resurrection really going to be a physical process?
I do believe that it is physical, and our bodies will be re-created, as Allah says in the Quran, "Does man think that We cannot assemble his bones? Nay, We are able to put together in perfect order the very tips of his fingers" (75:3-4). However, I have read in some hadiths that the soul will get pulled out from the body and brought to Allah which seems to imply that the resurrection is only a spiritual resurrection (i.e. because our bodies will stay in the grave). So, I want to know whether or not the body actually stays in the grave after we are brought back to life.
This might be something which only Allah knows, but I'm looking forward to your responses and see if anyone has an answer to this. Jazakllah khair.