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Dtbrown , 1 January 2007 (UTC) Quotations found in the publications referring to "Jehovah's Witnesses" are almost always written in the context of members in the plural rather than in reference to the organization itself; it would be tedious and pointless to provide references to those quotations.
A few times, "Christian congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses" is employed, and this is always used with "is".--Jeffro77 , 1 January 2007 (UTC)I think if it can be shown that JWs do use the singular when referring to themselves as an organization that would be significant and would affect what we do here.
However, it functions as singular when it refers to the religion as an organisation.--Jeffro77 , 1 March 2007 (UTC)I must dissagree with the assertion of ambiguity.Hottscubbard , 27 January 2007 (UTC) I believe most people view those as traditional Christian doctrines.There are some Christian religions that omit those beliefs, but they are a common theme in the majority.As you have stated Jehovah's Witnesses consider themselves an orginization of like minded believers who are witnesses of Jehovah.
It cannot be considered the same as "The Catholic Church is" since you are not using the incorperated name of the organization "The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society". In this case it would be gramatically incorrect to say "Jehovah's Witnesses is", just as it would be incorrect to say "Catholics is".
However, JW publications also consistently use phraseology that maintains grammatical correctness.