This chapter examines three key analogies that could provide us with a model for understanding the link between the two natures of Christ in the Hypostatic Union. The question of whether Christ was impeccable or merely sinless is discussed based on these analogies, which unsurprisingly provide us with rather different answers to the problem and invite us to assess the costs of preferring one analogy over and above the other. In a very brief closing section, the chapter points to the fact that the decision of which analogy we might favor and how we respond to the problem of Christ’s freedom to sin ultimately depends on the key soteriological model we are willing to support.