"God created Jesus before creating Adam. In fact, God created Jesus and then used him to make everything else, including the angels."
According to Scripture, God created the universe independently rather than with the assistance of anything else:
"Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer, and He who formed you from the womb: I am the Lord, who makes all things, who stretches out the heavens all alone, who spreads abroad the earth by Myself." (Isaiah 44:24)
"Turn to Me and be saved, all the ends of the earth; For I am God, and there is no other." (Isaiah 45:22)
"Do we not all have one father? Has not one God created us? Why do we deal treacherously each against his brother so as to profane the covenant of our fathers?" (Malachi 2:10)
In other words, God created the universe on His own. No created entities worked alongside Him in the process. If Jesus Christ is not God, then He played no role whatsoever in creation. He is not a created being, but the second person of the triune God. He is co-eternal with God the Father. He is the creator of everything (Colossians 1:16). He is holding all things together. He is preeminent in all things. There are multiple lines of biblical evidence proving that Jesus is God in the flesh.
Consider, for example, the Messianic prophecy of Zechariah 12:10. God spoke of Himself as being "pierced" through the prophet. In the New Testament, Christ was "pierced" in the side while on the cross (John 19:36-37). Revelation 1:7 also alludes to the text from Zechariah. Isaiah 53:5 also prophetically speaks of the Messiah being pierced. An immaterial God cannot be pierced, except if He takes on human flesh. What is very telling is this excerpt from Watchtower literature:
"From time to time, there have arisen from among the ranks of Jehovah's people those, who, like the original Satan, have adopted an independent, faultfinding attitude...They say that it is sufficient to read the Bible exclusively, either alone or in small groups at home. But, strangely, through such 'Bible reading,' they have reverted right back to the apostate doctrines that commentaries by Christendom's clergy were teaching 100 years ago." (Watchtower, Aug. 15, 1981)