I would say that Isa 53:12 says that he poured out his "life" unto death.
I would say that Matt 10:28 speaks of something of a person that remains alive after the death of the body. This goes beyond the genome to a spiritual reality in us.
IMO this spiritual reality has to be present in us so that we can be resurrected. Once it is destroyed we are destroyed forever.
If God wanted to He could copy my genome precisely and make a copy of me right now, and that copy would not be me, because I am already here.
This would be the case also if we died and all God had was our genome and had to make a copy of us. It would not be us.
So a re-creation is not a resurrection of the same person.