I have always understood that for Christ's humanity to be complete, he had to have a created human body, created human soul and created human spirit, united to His Divinity from the moment of conception.
I was told recently that because because St. Paul stated that Christ "became a life-giving spirit" that it was not appropriate to state that Jesus has a human spirit.
When I asked what Christ meant, when He stated on the cross, "Father, into your hands I commend My spirit"
I was advised that the word "spirit" here is interchangeable with the word "soul".
Is this advice correct- that Christ has a human body and human soul but not a human spirit.
I thought this sounded similar to appolinarianism.
Are there any references from the Church Fathers or the Councils that indicate that that the "body, soul, and spirit" pauline trichotomy applies to the humanity of Jesus? Or references to the contrary, that Christ's humanity is completely body and soul but not human spirit?