Bible shows both Jesus and Michael leading Gods angels. There is only 1 chief of the angels=Michael who is Jesus. for sure This is Jesus' voice=1Thess 4:16-It is Jesus who is standing up for Gods chosen as Gods appointed king-Dan 12:1Given Isaiah prophesies about the Son as a "prince of peace" in Isaiah 9:6, and Michael in Daniel is only ever referred to as a "prince" by the same Hebrew denotation śar, it seems impossible to mandate Michael as a strictly angelic being. It looks like the JW insistence on Michael as an "angel" is a deference to later (2nd century BC) Jewish theology rather than anything mandated by the Hebrew word for "prince." Even God himself is referred to as a prince in Dan 8:11, (prince of the host). But how is "prince of the host" different from the connotations of the NT word "archangel" (ruler of angels)? If later Jewish angel idolatry was the wrong path, which Christ corrected, what does that say about JW?