Now before someone asks me "wait you're OO and you are saying two natures", I just want to say that we OO have always believed that you can distinguish between the two natures in contemplation. So when I ask about icons demonstrating the divinity and humanity in Christ I am conveying none other than that very principle. Speaking of "two natures" in theoretical abstraction is very different from speaking of two natures in concrete reality. When the OO speak of "one incarnate nature", a Christological formulation which I staunchly adhere to, we mean that Christ is one concrete reality not two. Even St Dioscorus, the Anti-Chalcedonian Patriarch of Alexandria said "his two natures are not divided in all his works". For St. Dioscorus to say that "the two natures are not divided" he is already assuming that, in contemplation, Christ does in fact possess two natures.