A lot of that "christology" stuff can get pretty stupid. And I agree with you that he is equivocating. The whole purpose of bringing up a "divine will" was to suggest that something special about Christ kept him from disagreeing with God. But then later, the argument fell back to "We all have multiple wills," implying that nothing was irregular about Christ. Two contradictory positions.
I hadn't yet noticed that particular contradiction, as I was concentrating on the equivocal use of 'will'
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