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Charles Buck Theological Dictionary

Union Hypostatical

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Is the union of the human nature of Christ with the divine, constituting two natures in one person. Not consubstantially, as the three persons in the Godhead; nor physically, as soul and body united in one person: nor mystically, as it between Christ and believers; but so as that the manhood subsists in the second person, yet without making confusion, both making but one person. It was miraculous, Luke 1:1-80 . Complete and real: Christ took a real human body and soul, and not in appearance. Inseparable, Hebrews 7:25 . For the reasons of this union, see article MEDIATOR.

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Buck, Charles. Entry for 'Union Hypostatical'. Charles Buck Theological Dictionary. 1802.

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