No New Creation when Jesus became flesh

There was not a new creation with new actors at the birth of Jesus

The vocabulary that is used in the New Testament to refer to the Godhead gives the impression that there was a new heaven order in place with Jehovah suddenly disappearing from the stage of the Law and the Prophets. The redaction of the Law and the Prophets narrative in Greek had led us in modern times to channel all of our understanding to Jesus as Lord without  understanding why Jesus is called the Lord. The King James Version attempts to differentiate the duplication of the main attributes of the suddenly eclipsed Jehovah and the supplanting Jesus by using upper caps LORD for Jehovah in the Law and the Prophets and lower case Lord in the New Testament for Jesus. 

The translators of the King James Version did not concern themselves with the central theology of the Oneness of Jehovah in Judaism. That is, the only one who seeks to duplicate Jehovah is Satan, having become the god of our world (2 Corinthians 4:4). Jesus refers to His God as the Father. Jesus never sought to eclipse the Father by assuming His attributes. Besides, Jesus does not introduce His Father as an already known being (Matthew 11:27; Luke 10:22) in Judaism. Thus, the only conclusion left is to come to the realization that Jesus does not duplicate the attributes of Jehovah in the New Testament but rather that Jesus is the very Jehovah in flesh and blood who identifies with the attributes of Jehovah. with the advent of Jesus, there was no new Lord nor LORD who suddenly appeared on the scene of our developing dramaturgy and who another being besides Jehovah God'