Does Joshua 5:15 Teach the deity of Christ because the angel was worshipped?

Keil & Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament on Joshua 5:15:

“It by no means follows that because Joshua fell down upon the ground and ישׁתּחוּ ( Eng . Ver. “did worship” ), he must have recognised him at once as the angel of the Lord who was equal with God; for the word השׁתּחוה , which is connected with the falling down, does not always mean divine worship, but very frequently means nothing more than the deep Oriental reverence paid by a dependant to his superior or king (e.g., 2 Samuel 9:6; 2 Samuel 14:33), and Joshua did not address the person who appeared to him by the name of God, אדני , but simply as אדני , “My lord.” In any case, however, Joshua regarded him at once as a superior being, i.e., an angel.”

See also my article on the Angel of the Lord: