- Sep 19, 2010
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I think he's a Divine Person who became human, and is thus a man. In one sense it is alright to call him a "human person" because any person who is a human is a human person. On the other hand, because that Person (Hypostasis) is the same pre-existent Logos, he is not a human Hypostasis which somehow began at his incarnation.peterfarrington said:Just for clarity. Do you think Christ is a human person?
Goodnight for now, Father. Thank you for the discussion.