Why do you always insist not two persons , when everything you assert before and after manifestly express a distinction in the supposita of which it is spoken ? We adjust our intellects to accommodate the words and terms signified as applied to God. So what is your problem? It is not two beings or subjects as you use this word person contrasted in the plural , but it is two persons as we use this word person contrasted in the plural. All the while your theological construct actually teaches two beings. One divine and one human. One spirit and one flesh.Addressing the OP,
thanks, for it is all about POWER, the G1411 dunamis, and the G1849 exousia., and NOT his DEITY, or "NATURE", SPIRIT, for his NATURE, is the "SHARED" spirit, Philippians 2:6 "Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God:"
FORM: G3444 μορφή morphe (mor-fee') n.
2. (intrinsically) fundamental nature.
[perhaps from the base of G3313 (through the idea of adjustment of parts)]
and G3313 is where Our ANSWER of his equality lay, which is in the TERM as said,
G3313 μέρος meros (me'-ros) n.
1. a portion (i.e. an amount allotted, a part of something).
and another word for "portion" is "SHARE", there is that equality. and the Greeks explain this equality in the term G243 ANOTHER, which is the ECHAD expressed numerically. "Allos expresses a numerical difference and denotes another of the same sort". BINGO, a numerical difference is the "FIRST", and the "LAST", supportive scripture, Isaiah 41:4 "Who hath wrought and done it, calling the generations from the beginning? I the LORD, the first, and with the last; I am he." meaning the WITH is the SAME SORT, or PERSON as Phil 2:6 b states, " to be equal with God".
well that equality is the SAME ONE PERSON, Isaiah 48:12 "Hearken unto me, O Jacob and Israel, my called; I am he; I am the first, I also am the last."
the First is the LAST, not two person, but the same ONE person.
so the OP is Correct in that the Lord Jesus is GOD almighty in Flesh. which is answered by the UNDERSTANDING of "TOOK PERT", and but not being a "PARTAKER" of flesh and blood.
History of Christendom shows wording is everything. You can be off by two or three words and terms in a theological supposition , and be deemed an heretic subject to excommunication , or worse burnt at the stake.