:Of course Jesus knows everything. John 1:1- In the BEGINNING was the WORD, and the WORD was with God, and the WORD ---WAS GOD-- John 1:14- and the WORD was made FLESH and DWELT AMONG US
In Isaiah nine:six, the same JESUS is called both the Father (GOD), as well as (son) : For unto us a child is born, a SON is given and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and he will be called wonderful, Counselor, Mighty GOD, Prince of Peace. In Revelation Chapter 1, Jesus calls himself the ALPHA and OMEGA and acknowledges having resurrected. (which means the beginning and the end) I am the Alpha and the Omega—the beginning and the end,” says the Lord God: “I am the one who is, WHO ALWAYS WAS, and who is still to come—the Almighty One.”I am he that liveth, and WAS dead (crucified); and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death.--To sum it all up- Jesus answered the question himself in John 1:30-"I and the father ARE ONE." A lot of people fight this-but God can do anything-if he wants to be the Father and the Son at the same time-He can.. Let him..But it is God's gift- if you can see this. (Not everyone will see it..)-Just like many people who are baptized in the three manifestations of God (Father, Son and Holy Ghost's name-but never really mentioning the name itself) but some can see the meaning of Acts 2:38- the summary of Matthew 28:19, clearly, when they read "Repent and be baptized (everyone of you) in the name of Jesus Christ." It's almost as if people have different levels of faith, respect and true honor for God's name. Maybe those who chose to honor God by vocalizing "Jesus" in baptism- will receive some kind of special reward for doing so. When people argue that evoking "Jesus" as commanded in Acts 2:38 is "not such a big deal" (what kind of reverence to God is that anyway!!??)- You know they would not talk like that if they were in front of Jesus... It's not a "little" thing, you know.