Christ is the only Son of God. Christ is the “true light which lighteth every man that cometh into the world.” (John 1:9). Notice that the scripture says “every man that cometh into the world.” Not just one.
As already stated, God is both masculine and feminine. And from the Father-Mother God is born the Christ, the son of God, which is the individualization of God and the true identity of Man.
Jesus was and is Christ incarnate just as every son and daughter of God is meant to be. The difference is that Jesus was fully one with his Christ Self and therefore was awake and aware of himself as the son of God.
He came to earth on a mission to publicly demonstrate for all time what it means to be Christ—the Son of God in the physical world, taking on a human body just as we do.
He publicly walked through the spiritual initiations of the transfiguration, crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension, leaving an example of what we too must do if we are to permanently return to God, our Source, and be eternally free from the cycle of rebirth.
Yes, there is only one Son (offspring) of God. And just as God creates his offspring in His image over and over again (both male and female), so is the Son of God incarnate over and over again in God’s creations.
No matter what religion—or no religion, you are born into, or what terminology you use—the Son of God is the true identity of every son and daughter of God incarnating in this world.
Our job on earth is to externalize that Christ—God’s Son—individualized within us, fulfilling our own unique reason for being.
Jesus said that the kingdom of heaven is within us. And who is in the kingdom of heaven but God? So God is within us. This is why Jesus said we could do the things he did and even greater than he did.
If our true identity is not the Christ, the Son of God, then how could we possibly do greater things than Jesus did? Simple logic negates the limited concepts that have been foisted upon us by those who wish to control and keep us from manifesting our true power. Those who would rather manipulate and dominate this world.
As long as we identify ourselves as sinners, separate from God and unworthy of His graces, then fear and unworthiness will not only keep us from the joyous and abundant life we were meant to live, but will delay the fulfillment of our divine purpose.
Our first mission here on earth is to awaken to and externalize our true identity, which is referred to as the Holy Christ Self, or the Higher Mental Body. It does not matter what term is used. It is the mind that was in Christ Jesus that Paul refers to. [Philippians 2:5-11]