About a year and a half ago, we had discussions at Locusts & Honey about logical consistency in theological formation. One of the principles that I espoused was the Law of Non-Contradiction; that a thing cannot be both what it is and what it is not at the same time.
However, it has occurred to me that the Hypostatic Union of Christ may be a violation of this principle. Although it would not be a violation for an entity to be both human and divine (or any other two natures or components), it would be if the entity would be "fully" both throughout. A cake, for example, is composed of sugar, flour, eggs, and oil, but it is not and could not be fully sugar, fully flour, fully eggs, and fully oil simultaneously.
Which is not to say that I am rejecting the Hypostatic Union -- by no means. But it does appear, at first reading, to be a logical inconsistency.
What do you think?