What is the meaning of calling Jesus the only Son of God? Calling Jesus the only begotten Son of God makes Jesus unique, because He is not the same as the sons of God. Confessing Him to be the Son is not a denial of His divine nature, but rather a confession of His relationship with the Father. This doctrine is described in the Nicene Creed.
This article reflects on the significance of the title Jesus used for himself, "Son of Man."
The essay is an exegetical study of John 13:31-32. It considers all the textual and historical questions surrounding the text. Ensor argues that Jesus claims that through his return to the Father by way of the cross, his divine qualities would be revealed. In this way, he would fulfill the role of the "one like a son of man" of Daniel 7:13-14.