According to the Nazarene or if not the real one then the biblical one, folks shouldn't call their biological fathers as such, but only to god.<quoted text>
Everybody, back then, called God, "The Father", but nobody called God, his/her father.
Jesus did not call God "My father". Right?
God was also the FATHER of Mary Magdalene and the disciples. Right?
Hope this ends the jugglery of Father and father.
If by calling god as father is not meant in the biological meaning, then it's of no relevant to say father or my father. The my does not change the meaning of father, it does not make it less or more biological.
Obviously the Nazarene was not the son of god as meant by Christians, and he didn't come out through a holy ghost, or spirit of truth who somehow impregnant a teenager.
It's time to grew up and stop believing to fairy tales like children.