I have already taught you that "The Father and I are one", does NOT mean "The Father and I are the one and the same person". It would be idiotic to say that Jesus was also your God the Father.<quoted text>God is Spirit, and Jesus is of the same Spirit as God the Father.
So the Father is in Jesus and Jesus is in the Father
Jesus said the "Father and I are One correctly.
Christians become One with God, by receiving Gods Holy Spirit at baptism.
God dwells in the body of those that are baptized into Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Through baptism Christians become spiritual Children of God.
They receive the Holy Spirit of God.
Muhammad did not teach this to Muslims because Muhammad worshiped his pagan moon god.
If he were the Father, he would not have said, "I am going to the Father." Even a 3rd Grader can understand that. So, Jesus was neither God nor the Father. He was just a man,
Muhammad did not teach all that because it is crap.
Jesus said more than this, ""Father and I are One".
He also said, "Holy Father, protect them by the power of your name, the name you gave me, so that they may be one as we are one."
This verse blasts that absurd and misinterpreted verse "The Father and I are one."