Isaiah 64:8 clearly proves that the Father alone created all things. “You are our Father, we are the clay, you are our Potter and we are all THE WORKS OF YOUR HANDS”. How could a God the Son have created all things as the Father’s agent when inspired scripture proves that “our Father” created us by the works of His hands? Malachi 2:10 confirms that our Heavenly Father alone is our sole Creator. “Have we not One Father? Has not One God created us?”
Some Unitarian Socinians are alleging that Hebrews 1:10 and Psalms 102:25 is addressing Jesus as a future creator of the new heavens and the new earth. However, the context of Hebrews 1:8-12 proves that Jesus is that Yahweh who already created the heavens and the earth before becoming a man because the text says,
8But of the Son He says (The context addresses the Son), “YOUR THRONE, O GOD, IS FOREVER AND EVER, AND THE RIGHTEOUS SCEPTER IS THE SCEPTER OF HIS KINGDOM.
9“YOU HAVE LOVED RIGHTEOUSNESS AND HATED LAWLESSNESS (the context still addresses the son as a man); THEREFORE GOD, YOUR GOD, HAS ANOINTED YOU WITH THE OIL OF GLADNESS ABOVE YOUR COMPANIONS (clearly addressing the Son as the man Christ Jesus).”
10And, “YOU, LORD, (notice the words “And, You, LORD” continues to address the person known as Jesus Christ) IN THE BEGINNING LAID THE FOUNDATION OF THE EARTH (Still addressing the one who became the Son, but this time as Yahweh the Creator), AND THE HEAVENS ARE THE WORKS OF YOUR HANDS;
11THEY WILL PERISH, BUT YOU REMAIN; AND THEY ALL WILL BECOME OLD LIKE A GARMENT, 12AND LIKE A MANTLE YOU WILL ROLL THEM UP; LIKE A GARMENT THEY WILL ALSO BE CHANGED. BUT YOU ARE THE SAME, AND YOUR YEARS WILL NOT COME TO AN END.”(NASB)
Hebrews 1:8-12 is a direct quote from Psalm 45:6-7 in which the throne of David is addressed as the throne of God as in Rev. 22:3 and 1 Chronicles 29:23. The author of Hebrews addressed the One who became the Son as, “You LORD IN THE BEGINNING (in the distant past when the creation already took place) laid the foundation of the earth, and the heavens ARE (past tense) the works of your hands”. How could Jesus be addressed as the One who “in the beginning laid the foundation of the earth (past tense) and the heavens ARE (past tense) the work of His hands if the text is speaking about the renovation or new creation of the new heavens and the new earth as taught by Unitarian Socinians? The context of Psalm 102 shows that the Psalmist is praying to Yahweh as God. “22When the peoples are gathered together, And the kingdoms, to serve the LORD (YAHWEH). 23He (YAHWEH) has weakened my strength in the way; He has shortened my days. 24I say, “O my God (YAHWEH), do not take me away in the midst of my days, Your years are throughout all generations. 25“Of old You founded the earth (the context proves that the Psalmist is addressing Yahweh), And the heavens are the work of Your hands (the context proves that the Psalmist is praying to Yahweh by saying, "MY GOD" as the One who created the heavens and the earth by His hands). 26“Even they will perish, but You endure; And all of them will wear out like a garment; Like clothing You will change them and they will be changed. 27“But You are the same, And Your years will not come to an end.” (Psalm 2102:22-27 - NASB)
"Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today, and forever." Heb. 13:8
The divinity of Jesus is the Holy Spirit of the Father who created all things as Yahweh before becoming the human child born and son given in order to save us (1 Cor. 3:17; Luke 1:35). Hence, the deity of Jesus is “the same yesterday, today, and forever” while the humanity of Jesus was “made of a woman” (Gal. 4:4) and “made fully human in every way” (Heb. 2:17-NIV). Therefore, Jesus has always existed as the timeless “Mighty God” and “Everlasting Father” (Isaiah 9:6) before also becoming the child born and son given.
Hebrews 3:3-4 also states that Jesus Christ is the creator of all things.
"For he (the context of verses 1-2 is addressing Christ Jesus) has been counted worthy of more glory than Moses, by just so much as the builder of the house has more honour than the house. For every house is built by someone, but the builder of all things is God." NASB
The only plausible interpretation of Heb. 3:3-4 is that Jesus is counted worthy of more glory than Moses just as the builder of a house has more honour than the house. Since the text says, “For ... the builder of all things IS GOD," Jesus has more glory than Moses because He built all things as God before becoming a human son via virgin conception and birth. Here again the author of Hebrews attributes the creation of all things to Jesus as God before He also became the child born and son given.