First, Jesus never said publicly, "I am the Son of God". So, that is out! You lack the true understanding of Jesus' original language.<quoted text>No! Jesus has a Father.
Being the Son of God Jesus is equal to His Father in essence and nature.
The Will of the Father is identical to Jesus.
Jesus says I and the Father are One.
The Father is in Me and I am in the Father.
12 Yet to all who did receive him, to those who believed in his name,[Jesus] he gave the right to become children of God 13 children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husbands will, but born of God.
You lack understanding of the Scriptures Alex.
Every body back then had a Father and that was used for God.
The Father was not Jesus' father.
Jesus did not say, "I and the Father are one and the same person."
Disciples never addressed him as God. They called him lord.
The problem is that his language was translated into Greek language, which is a very poor and unfit language for Scripture.
The figurative and metaphorical language in Hebrew and Aramaic cannot be accurately translated into Greek and in turn, when translated in English, it becomes more absurd!
The forgery mills have played with prepositions. God with me and I with God, became God in me and I in God. Even the Hindus, the pioneers of a well-defined Trinity of their own have an exactly similar saying "God in me and I in God" but not a single Hindu thinks that he is God or God is fully occupying him.
All this confusion was created by foreigners in John's gospel, which is the most corrupted of all the four gospels. Matthew is the 2nd most corrupted gospel.
You are reading a third class translation of third class Greek, in English. The Greek could not catch the true meanings of the native's (Jesus') language Aramaic.