Thanks Walter for your question and statements. Jesus goes by a lot of names in the Bible and each one shows a different aspect of him. For example, the title King of Kings shows an aspect of Jesus that can seem different in aspect from the Lamb of God, which is Jesus also. Even the title 'Jesus' is used in the Bible only sometimes, but at other times other titles are used. Why didn't God always say 'Jesus' when referring to him, but instead says Prince of Peace sometimes or the bright and morning star? This is the way it is with Michael, in my opinion. It is another title for Jesus showing an aspect of him. I have nothing to do with the organization known as Jehovah's Witnesses and do not accept a lot of their doctrine. However, when it comes to Michael being a title of Jesus , I agree that Michael the Archangel is referring to Jesus. Archangel means chief messenger. Jesus is the chief messenger. That is why he wins against Satan by his own blood in the battle of Rev 12. However, the title 'the angel of the Lord' also is speaking of Jesus. Or simply, angel. We read in Gen 48 'The Angel which redeemed me from all evil, bless the lads ' Jesus is the one who redeems from all evil and who blesses. There are too many examples to mention, but just consider Rev 20: 'And I saw an angel come down from heaven, having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him '. This angel must be Jesus as well since he is only one who can bind Satan. Anyway, in answer to your question, 'Is Michael another name for Jesus?' the answer is Yes, but it is showing a particular aspect of him and that is why the title is used. It seems that we agree based on your statements above.