Yes and Jesus is constructed as two soul and Spirit. His Spirit is the Holy Spirit. The spirit in anyone is unified with the soul to the point of being indistinguishable from one another, yet they are two distinct elements.
According to the scriptures His Spirit is the Holy Spirit, His soul is His person that took our sins. The Holy Spirit can't take our sins It would be defiled. That's why Jesus' soul is distinct from the Spirit and begotten, yet they are unified. That's how people are constructed.Christ is the Holy Spirit (2 Cor 3:17).
Deal with it.
No they are not two spirits they are one. Jesus said God is Spirit and His Spirit is the Holy Spirit. God's Spirit is distinct from His person/soul. There are only two words associated with God's construction so to speak in the scriptures which is soul and spirit. They are two distinct elements. God's person is His being, who He is and His Spirit is His substance, what He is, He is Spirit as Jesus said.You have two spirits.
"God the one Spirit" and "his spirit" a second spirit.
According to the original Greek, the soul and the spirit are not the same thing. When you say Jesus' human spirit is fused with His divine spirit, it is more correct to say that His Spirit is fused with His soul. We do not have two spirits, just one spirit and one soul. Both words are associated with Jesus' construction so to speak. I keep my definition confined to the usage of the words in the scripture that describe Jesus' construction as a human. He had a body, soul and spirit. His Spirit is the Holy Spirit and His soul was begotten to take our sins. There are no other words in scripture associated with Jesus physiology.