No. To acknowledge anything else as a deity would be a complete violation of the primary commandment of "NO OTHER DEITIES".
To address Born Agains fallacious understanding of biblical texts, Jews do not believe in the "Old Testament" but in the Torah or Tanach, the Masoretic Texts which are different from what the early xtian cultists filked to create into what became the Septuagint texts now referred in all their mistranslated versions as the xtian old testament.
I would further add that the lack of Jewish belief in the xtian demi-deity to be redundant as there is no evidence to support that an actual individual ever existed thus making the primary premises of the xtian cult to be totally fallacious. There is continual hullabaloo by the xtian cultists stating that their invented demi-deity met specific criteria that appear in Jewish mythology that legitimises their claims that their demi-deity is the Moshiach, however, whoever originally crafted the mythology for the xtian cult was not obviously Hebrew nor could read the original source materials in the languages which they were written and missed many essential qualifiers for Moshiach by parsecs.
There is a blending of mythological sources for the crafting xtian demi-deity that are actually Zoroastrian and Vedic in Origin and NOT Hebrew at all.
Allow me to also add, people who believe in polytheism are no longer Jewish in belief. They then become whatever polytheistic cult they now believe in religiously which is different than Jewish as a culture and ethnic identity.