Thanks MS! I was just going to post the text this morning but I see you beat me to it.
I apologize for going off half-cocked on this one. I should have refrained from posting until I got my hands on the article again. The portion which originally caught my attention was this one:
The Bible identifies Jehovah as the only true God. (Psalm 83:18; John 17:3) The prophet Isaiah recorded God's own words when he said:"Before me there was no God formed, and after me there continued to be none. I--I am Jehovah, and besides me there is no savior."--Isaiah 43:10, 11. ...The Scriptures do at times refer to actual persons as gods. However, a careful examination clearly reveals that the term "god" in these instances is not intended to designate these individuals as deities. Rather, in the origional languages in which the Bible was written, the term "god" was also used to describe a mighty person or an individual who is divine or closely associated with the Almighty God. For example, some Bible verses allude to Jesus Christ as a god. (Isaiah 9:6, 7; John 1:1,18) Does this mean that Jesus is to be worshipped? Jesus himself said: "It is Jehovah your God you must worship, and it is to him alone you must render sacred service." (Luke 4:8) Clearly, although Jesus is mighty in power and divine in nature, the Bible does not portray him as an object of worship.
I missed the fact that the WTS is playing word games here. First they say "a god" does not refer to a deity. Then right away they turn around and say "a god" refers to someone who is divine.