I shall argue that the combination of classical theism and a traditional three-part dyothelite Christology runs afoul of the Two Sons Worry because it cannot offer an account of the hypostatic union. After offering some preliminary remarks, I shall discuss the details of classical theism. Then I shall explain the Two Sons Worry that plagued the traditional three-part dyothelite Christology. After that, I shall consider two accounts of the hypostatic union. I shall argue that each account of the hypostatic union fails to avoid the Two Sons Worry