Answer: God is the father of all the people. but he is also the best friend that you should have. you should not call him father he likes it would you call him by name Jehovah Psalm 83:18. yes he should be described as father for that is what he is.
Answer: Father is a responsible person to which we develop our relationship to share everything. And as a kid to him, the father has very good responsibility to supply with all the required needs to the child.
Have a look at the above link for more information, how a father responds, loves his child.
Answer: (in the US) the courts will say that he has a perfect right to "know" his son. HOWEVER - he will also be held responsible for paying any back child-support money that he may owe either to you, or the state, after avoiding it for all these years.
Answer: In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of parental rights does not, in itself, terminate child support.
Answer: The child is almost an adult, it seems a bit late to ask for child support now. By the time this get to court, the point may be moot. However, in some jurisdictions the court will reach back to assess child support.
Answer: Depends, this goes to the debate of "Nature vs Nurture". A boy will most likely grow up to be aggressive himself if given the opportunity to grow up with an aggressive father. Nature programmed it to be this way, male children follow the examples (subconsciously) of male adults, father or not. If no father is present they subconsciously follow the next adult their around most (mother, aunt, uncle, grandfather ect). same thing goes with little girls, ever notice that quote "like father like son, like mother like daughter", prime example. So to answer your question, its up in the air. Depends on where the boy lives and who he lives with
Answer: Yes, if your child gets married, you will become the father- in-law of the person they married. Of course, you will still be the father of your child, so you will be both a father and a father in law at the same time.