Basically, I'm encoutering some people who say Christ was fully human and fully divine, but cast aside his humanity after the ascension for a "glorified body" which is not human.
I would say, don't even bother with their premise. Christ had his glorified body after the Resurrection (to wit.: the women did not recognize him, and he appeared in rooms in which the doors were closed). And that body was still human, considering he ate food and Thomas touched him.
Unless they think he got an even more
glorified body after the ascension, which is a baseless idea.
Like Volnutt said, what he assumed, he kept. A God-Man made of human flesh is seated at the right hand of God.