In a previous thread, I was discussing with someone the personhood of Christ and it got me thinking. I know ... dangerous. The Divine Logos is the 2nd person in the Trinity. The Council of Chalcedon in 451 described the hypostatic union of a divine nature and human nature in the person of Jesus after the incarnation. What role did Christ's body play in his personhood? Is the body what makes him have a human nature? Could he have a human nature independent of his body?