God Didn’t Die on the Cross

"The Lutherans held the formula communicatio idiomatum utriusque naturae ad naturam — that is, the communication of the attributes of each nature to the other nature. The Reformed Churches, on the other hand, admitted that the attributes of each nature are communicated only to the one Person which was common to both natures. The Lutherans thus held that, at the moment of the incarnation, in virtue of the union between the divine and human natures — the human nature of Christ became omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent… This doctrine is evidently not supported in Scripture…and is plainly inconsistent with all the facts related in the Gospels as to our Lord' s earthly life."