With both the Holy Bible and the Holy Quran as my witnesses.
Isa al-Masih is from the bloodline of Adam through his Mother Maryam, but unlike natural sons of Man(Adam), Isa al-Masih had no physical father, so Allah gave him his Y Chromosome, thus He is a son of Man and a son of Allah, even though he was not begotten by Allah, also like Allah, Isa al-Masih didn't beget, nor was he begotten. The term "only begotten" in the New Testament is a mistranslation of monogenes meaning unique. Isa al-Masih is Allah's Eternal Word made flesh. Note: the term Son of Man in Hebrew simply means Human and thus Son of God also means Divine, Hence Isa al-Masih being both fully Human and fully Divine, but this also means because he is a human, he shouldn't be worshipped even though he is also divine. Do You don't worship the Holy Quran as Allah just because it is Allah's Eternal Word, do you? No. So why then should Isa Al-Masih be worshipped? He shouldn't be worshipped as Allah, but rather He is to be venerated as the Eternal Word made flesh. The Eternal Word of Allah is al-Hadi, al-Haqq, and al-Hayy, for no goes to Allah except by obeying His Eternal Word.