Actually, Jesus was born of a woman. So Mary was Jesus' mother. She was impregnated, by whatever means the seed was planted. She carried Him in the biological union of the womb. Mary was (wheels within wheels) Earth(kosmos/chaos), Eve(humankind), Israel(born under law),Sarah(born by a promise)the Bride(a virgin servant pleasing unto God). Jesus was sown into all those wombs, an incorruptible seed, begotten to make all things new. Jesus was the son of man- a euphemism for His relationship to all mankind, as one of us, connected to us each and all by flesh. Jesus did not carry the Adamic nature through His Father, but received it through His mother and thus was tempted in all ways like as we. He was in a clay pot, like we are. He tabernacled in a frail mortal tent as we do. Death could not hold Him because He never yielded to the demands of the flesh. He reckoned the members of His body dead unto sin all the days of His life, living as a free spirit in the love of His Father - which consumed Him and was the driving force of His life, even as a child. "The wind blows where it wills.......so it is with everyone who is born of the Spirit."
Abraham's seed, according to the promise. The son of David, after the flesh, the inheritor of the throne of Israel. The Jew first and then the Gentile, as the revelation of God unfolded out of the chaos through Abraham, in whose seed(the seed being faith- a son of faith like Isaac, a son of sacrifice, a son of promise) all the nations would be blessed. Israel, as Abraham's seed, carried the promises and the oracles and the genealogy, as a Lampstand unfolding until the true light was born.
The firstborn of many brethren- "radiance of the Father's glory and express image (Gr charakter) of His nature."
The Head over all things to the church, His body, the fulness of Him emerging out of the earth (the whole creation groans in travail eagerly awaiting the manifestation of the sons of God) Head first- Jesus the firstfruits from among the dead, the firstborn of all creation(as the Logos), filling all things till God be all in all.
Having partaken of flesh and knowing the weakness of it, as a priest, taken from among men, He is able to sympathize with our weakness, and intercede for us with the Father. "Father forgive them, for they know not what they do." Having received from the Father the promised Holy Spirit, He is able to "strengthen us with might by His Spirit in our inner man" to overcome, as He did, and, having the first fruits of the Spirit, we also travail until we receive the adoption of sons, even the redemption of our bodies. "Many sons unto glory", sharing the inheritance of the saints in the light, in the ages to come participating in the restitution of all things. For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things.
Brethren, we know not yet what we shall be, but we know that when He appears we shall be like Him for we shall see Him as He is.