[He is] Originator of the heavens and the earth. How could He have a son when He does not have a companion [i.e., wife] and He created all things? And He is, of all things, Knowing. ( Al-An'am : 101)
I have been thinking a lot about this verse. It says that only two partners (a man and a woman) have a son. Allah has no gender or partner, hence He has no son. That's about how I understood the meaning of this verse. But then there was a problem that I can't solve in any way. If Maryam had a son without a father, it means that the son may have one parent. That is, it is not necessary that a son be born to only two partners (a man and a woman) if Maryam gave birth to Isa without a father. Therefore, in order to have a son and Allah, it is not necessary to have a partner, which contradicts verse 6:101. How to solve this issue?
I would be very grateful to someone who would clarify this. I have worked very hard on this issue, and I no longer have any explanations, so I turned here. I really need an answer.