And...a man and a women, when married, are one flesh.."And they twain shall be one flesh: so then they are no more twain, but one flesh."<quoted text>
In the very same way that you can rightfully separate a CEO from a CFO.
Both of them know what the "spirit of truth" is concerning their mutual business enterprise, but they each individually have different functions within that same enterprise.
If you speak with or deal with either the CEO or the CFO, you are in fact dealing with the entire enterprise (God). Now, if you wish to deal with a certain or particular element of that enterprise, well then you will most likely have to deal with the CFO rather than the CEO, or the CEO rather than the CFO, because they have differing areas of , shall we say, uh,'expertise" ... for lack of a better word.
Like I said. Simple.
But and however....They are still two distinct different individuals....they are not "a husband" or "a wife"...