Charles Buck Theological Dictionary
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. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/cbd/u/union-hypostatical.html. 1802.