The following is a reply I made in a thread about the theology quiz: "Um, I need some help here with the question about how many natures Jesus has? The human nature is always sinful, yet Jesus was without sin in that he could not have ever sinned, so how is it the quiz determined that Jesus has the Divine nature which cannot sin, yet Jesus also has the human nature which IS sinful??? I never knew that taking on the form of a man made Jesus subject to sin according to human nature? I believe we can see the subtility of the devil in the "correct" answer! I scored 100% according to the Bible, but only 95% according to the quiz. Guess which question I "missed"? If Jesus ever had two natures, the human nature subject to the flesh and the flesh at enmity with God and lusteth against the Spirit, then how could this quiz be theologicaly correct? It is not correct 100% in and of itsself." __________________ Is there anyone else that sees the problem with, suggesting only, Jesus also having the human nature? No one has responded to my post in that thread and think this is very worthy of discussion. I do understand that he took on the form of man, yet Jesus was never even able to sin.