And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.
Once again, the world has quarreled over the details, instead of just being.
Jesus, is known as God's only begotten son. Not His only! son. We are all His children, and as Jesus was, so can we be. The difference between us, and Jesus, was the fact that He was God's [begotten] son.
1.(esp. of a male parent) to procreate or generate (offspring).
2.to cause; produce as an effect
Jesus, was not only God's child as we all are, but His reason for being (effect on the world) was to be exactly as God is (simply without compromise), and as He intended for all of us to be.
Jesus would not compromise anything, for what opposed God's word, and that is why God took on Flesh for us. To show us we too, could do it.
From there, an endless relationship as we know it began. A relationship of ups, and downs. A relationship filled with confrontation.