There are some who oppose us and say that Christ only assumed flesh without the soul by binding the Scriptures with silly opinions and saying things like we have the mind of Christ (1Cor. 2.16). By saying such a thing, we have the mind of Christ, means we have His mind but also it did not mean we dispossess our own mind. Now if they truly had the mind of Christ and possessed their own mind, then they could better apply this verse correctly and understand what it truly means. They ought to establish the way of Christ, who being God with God’s own mind, He also had the human mind. Therefore, the human mind and the soul were bound together. He kept the habits of the mind of the old man restrained and went about to improve and heal it with His (God’s) own mind. He put on human flesh but human flesh could not win over Him. In the same way, He put on the human mind but was not overcome by the human mind. On the other hand, they fall more and more into error as they tangle themselves in further impossible difficulties. It is everywhere in the sacred Scriptures so calling out in skilfully expressing in a manner not harsh and troublesome things not against the mind but against the flesh! The deeds of the flesh, says the Apostle, are evident, which are immorality, impurity, sensuality . . . and things similar to these (Gal 5.19) and and those who are in the flesh cannot please God (Rom. 8.8) and For the flesh sets its desire against the Spirit and and the Spirit against the flesh (Gal. 5.17). In regard to the mind, I will sing with the spirit and I will sing with the mind also (1Cor. 14.15). It also says that my mind can be fruitful or unfruitful. In the Bible it is said the mind is also considered the heart or the guide and the driver of everything where decisions are made between what is good and what is bad and approves or disapproves whatever comes to mind. For the mind decides on words and the palate tastes food. The mind of the person has the capacity to learn but if they are inclined to disagree with this, they will not assent to it.