Did Jesus have two natures or one? After his resurrection did he and does he presently maintain this status? I am reading a book on the Incarnation. It, no doubt, discusses the Nicene http://www.creeds.net/ancient/nicene.htm and Chalcedonian http://carm.org/christianity/creeds-and-confessions/chalcedonian-creed-451-ad creeds. As I understand, the reason for the councils was to come to a consensus about controversial a dispute regarding the nature of the incarnate Christ. Both creeds affirm that Jesus is true God and true man, in one person who lived a genuine earthly existence. The book quotes Thomas Morris, in his The Logic of God Incarnate. He defends the early church in their stance in the Chalcedonian creed writing, "An individual will count as human only if it has all the properties essential to being human, the joint satisfaction of which will be sufficient for exemplifying human nature. Likewise, an individual will count as divine only if it has all the properties essential to being God, the joint satisfaction of which will suffice for having the nature of deity." So, this is Jesus possessing full humanity and all the essential properties of divinity. He goes on to say that Jesus, "...thus existed (and continues still to exist) in two natures." I have also heard that there are those that believe that Jesus had only one nature, the devine, but just in a human body. Is there anyone on the board that would disagree with or interpret differently the creeds above, or disagree with the quote of Morris? Did Jesus have two natures or one? After his resurrection did he and does he presently maintain this status?