OK - it seems that the main thrust of your question is that I am implicitly denying the divinity of Christ when I say God does not, as a general rule, answer prayers? If that is your question, then the answer is most certainly a "yes" since denying that God answers prayers denies the reality of the Trinity (not because it is unbiblical, but because it is unfactual) and the denial of the Trinity is a denial of the divinity of Jesus (unless you are a Oneness Pentecostalist [but that won't work in this case since it too is denied when I deny that God answers prayer]). So the answer is "yes."
But I think we can both agree that I am not denying the Divinity of Christ while asserting the existence of Yahweh. I was a Trinitarian when I was Christian.
As for Netzer: I know that Israel is used as a type of Jesus - both are called God's son, and both went to Egypt, and so on ... but I don't know what you are really getting at. Yes, there is a pun play on Netzer/Netzach and nazarine and Nazareth and all that. Why are you interested in this point?