There was never a separation between the Divinity and Humanity in Christ. At no time did the Son ever separate from His human Q
noma. No Apostolic Church and tradition maintains that the Union was separated. Specifically, the Assyro-Chaldean tradition, or the Churches of the East, vigorously reject a division or separation in Christ.
It is the One Christ who shows us His Divinity and His Humanity. In the Incarnation, there are not two Sons, but one Son who is God and Man.
I'm not at all an expert in these things, but I get a feeling some of what you wrote above may contain some "separatist" (if that's a real word) language that would make the OO's feel uncomfortable.
As far as I know (and you can correct me on this), the OO in general seem to be more comfortable with the language of the Incarnate God
, rather than God and Man
. At least, that's what Pope Shenouda III of the Coptic Orthodox says
Similarly, we speak about the nature of the Lord Jesus Christ,
the Incarnate God, and we do not say "God and man".
For us, we speak of the one Lord Jesus Christ, God and Man. I see this as having the same meaning as Enfleshed God or Incarnate God, just different wording. The Alexandrians loved to speak in terms of "Word/Flesh" or "God/Flesh", whereas we preferred a "Word/Man" or "God/Man" terminology.