The highest dogmatic conclusion of an Early Church, ecumenical council (the 6th, AD 680-681) about the Person of Christ, recognized from Scripture, was that his two natures, involving two wills, divine and human, work by two distinct operations (each contributing what is peculiar to itself) unto the same mediatorial work, even our most-costly and precious redemption.
Many are familiar with Christ being one Person with two natures, from the Council of Chalcedon (451). Go further in looking into the depths of our salvation and the glories of our ineffable Savior; find an end to them if you can.
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Christ’s Mediatorial Operations, Divine & Human, unto the Same Work