What are the different views on the unity of the two? ie. Catholic, Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Orthodox.
It is my understanding, that this is what caused a clash in the fourth council (Council of Chalcedon).
We stood by our position that Christ's humanity and divinity were united in full to the person of Christ. In other words, Christ was 100% God and 100% human in the same time (Miaphysite).
However, I came into a discussion with someone and a few questions arose. If Christ was fully human, then as a human, you are limited. You cannot be everywhere at once, you are limited by the needs of your body, etc... Now if that is the case, God chooses to limit His divinity. How then, can we at that point say He is 100% God.
Say, you answer and say He could unlimit Himself and be at all places at once, never feel hunger, etc.. then at that point if He had that ability, He isn't 100% human.
How do we commune the two? How do the Eastern church and Catholics commune them ? If I understand correctly they interpret the two natures as dyophycism?