In response to a short video in which a preacher suggests that several shared titles imply “that Jesus is Jehovah” (and he means by this that they are the same self, so numerically one).
To the contrary, I point out some ways in which Jesus differs from God, in the portrayals of the New Testament:
…only Jesus has a god over him, prays to God, doesn’t know certain things, only does what he sees God doing, is sometimes unable to do a miracle, fears the future, submits his will to God, has faith in God, is tempted, dies, is raised by God from the dead, serves as the mediator between humans and God, and calls *someone else* “the only true God.”
The first additional commenter, at least, doesn’t deny the indiscernibility of identicals. (Yeah!) Instead, he tries to deny that any of these are in fact differences between them, as God also has all the named qualities. (D’oh!)
Does he make his case? Check out the post and comments: “Indirect Claims Jesus is Jehovah.”