The REAL glory and magnificence of Easter is not about a resurrection, in fact, none occurred. It was far more glorious. Jesus never died. Only the physical body expires and we are not a physical body. Of course, Jesus survived death of the physical body, just as we all do. There is no birth or death of Spirit, only transition. There is no such thing as dead people, only dead or inanimate bodies. Spirit is eternal, meaning without beginning or end. Yes, Jesus chose to reappear briefly in a form his followers would recognize to reassure them of the continuity of life. Jesus came to bring light into a world of darkness and demonstrate unconditional love, unconditional forgiveness and the continuity or eternalness of life as reflected in his dying words from the cross, Father, forgive them for they know not what they do. He clearly loved and forgave all without condition including those who rejected him and nailed those precious hands and feet to a chunk of wood and raised it for all to witness his gift of love and light. No wonder the thief on another cross and the Roman Centurion were so overwhelmed as to crumble and exclaim him lord. Never before or since has love been so profoundly demonstrated.
Jesus did not die for the sins of mankind. If he had, he would not have been able to say, forgive them, for they were sinners regardless their treatment of him. To believe that is to rob him of the unconditional love and forgiveness he so marvelously and sacrificially demonstrated from the cross. It adds condition to that which he spoke clearly without any. It further desecrates both God and love by adding rejection and eternal suffering as an aspect of love. Instead of unconditional acceptance, it institutes a price or ritual to be paid. Love does not condemn and God does not find any part or aspect of His creation unworthy of acceptance. No loving entity would create a world that would require rejection, suffering and punishment.
Yes, Jesus is the Son of God as is all creation including you and I.