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7. David K. Bernard, The Oneness of God (Word Aflame Press, 1983), chapter 5. "Only in these terms can we describe and distinguish the two natures in Jesus; we know that He acted and spoke from one role or the other, but we also know that the two natures were not actually separated in Him."; Ibid., chapter 8. "The way to understand these verses is to view them as distinguishing the divinity of Jesus (the Father) from the humanity of Jesus (the Son)...the Bible does not record conversations between persons of the Godhead, but between the human and divine natures."