Wouldn't Jesus disagree?
hmm...In this piece I was more trying to highlight the feminine aspects of the creator. I feel that the creator is perceived as being too masculine when in reality I believe it encompasses both male and female in union. As for Jesus, I think Jesus described the father son relationship to emphasize that we as humans were created in the image of god, as the son has the same characteristics and traits as his father. In other words I think he was trying to describe our divine union and relationship with the creator, so he used the father son analogy to get this message across.
It is interesting to consider but has no biblical basis Mike.