One may think he has solved the paradox by simply asserting that the two natures are united in one person. So that the divine person now has both a divine nature and a human nature. Very well, to some degree by means of this explanation "the equivocation is grasped."
It is sound methodology to introduce a categorical distinction which shows in which way Christ is "one" and in which way He is "two." Equally, in the Trinity we distinguish between substance and person in order to categorise what appears to be a contradiction (Van Til excepted). It is the introduction of categorical distinction which shows the use of terms is an equivocation and that two mutually exclusive statements are in fact non contradictory. Where the categorical distinction is denied, and one insists that the contradictory terms must be understood in the same sense, there one is left with a contradiction which is not merely apparent but real.