Is Jesus, the son of God?

Alive APologetics: Generally this question (Can God have a son?) is raised and the verse which has inspired this question is Surah Al-Ikhlaas (Absoluteness, 112), aya  1- 4, which says like this:  

1- Qul huwa Allahu ahadun.  (Say: He is Allah, the One!*)

2- Allahu alssamadu.  (Allah, the eternally besought of all!*)

3- Lam yalid walam yooladu.  (He begetteth not nor was begotten.*)

4- Walam yakun lahu kufuwan ahadun. (And there is none comparable unto Him.*)   

Also, the verse which inspires the question, “who is wife of God?” can be found in Surah Al-Jinn (The Jinn, 72) aya 3, which goes like, “Waannahu taAAala jaddu rabbina ma ittakhatha sahibatan wala waladan”. (And (we believe) that He - exalted be the glory of our Lord! - hath taken neither wife nor son.)

Again in Surah Al-An’am (Livestock, 6) aya 100-101 says like this, “100-WajaAAaloo lillahi shurakaa aljinna wakhalaqahum wakharaqoo lahu baneena wabanatin bighayri AAilmin subhanahu wataAAala AAamma yasifoona. (Yet they ascribe as partners unto Him the jinn, although He did create them, and impute falsely, without knowledge, sons and daughters unto Him. Glorified be He and High Exalted above (all) that they ascribe (unto Him).)”, “101- BadeeAAu alssamawati waal-ardi anna yakoonu lahu waladun walam takun lahu sahibatun wakhalaqa kulla shay-in wahuwa bikulli shay-in AAaleemun.( The Originator of the heavens and the earth! How can He have a child, when there is for Him no consort, when He created all things and is Aware of all things?)”

If we read these verses, they make a strong point that God cannot have a son, BUT, if we read the verses, there is no reference of Jesus or Christianity, moreover verses from Surah All-Ikhlaas as mentioned above are Meccan (from Mecca) verses. In Surah al-Jinn, if you go through first and second verse of the chapter (72:1-2), which says like this: “Qul oohiya ilayya annahu istamaAAa nafarun mina aljinni faqaloo inna samiAAna qur-anan AAajaban. (Say (O Muhammad): It is revealed unto me that a company of the Jinn gave ear, and they said: Lo! we have heard a marvellous Qur'an)” and “Yahdee ila alrrushdi faamanna bihi walan nushrika birabbina ahadan. (Which guideth unto righteousness, so we believe in it and we ascribe no partner unto our Lord.)”, which makes it very simple for us to understand that these verses are talking about “Djinns or Jinns” (supernatural creatures made with smokeless flame), so definitely it isn’t talking about us human beings.  Again, as mentioned above in Surah Al-An’am, sons and daughters have been made by God. We are not talking about many sons and daughters, but just one son, henceforth, if we are asking, “Who is wife of God”, this question will be irrelevant.  We are representing Jesus as the son of God, not his physical relation, but the spiritual.