A title I saw reads Who are doing Jehovah's Will, which doesn’t sound correct to me. To me, Who is doing Jehovah's Will sounds more correct.
Am I wrong, or can both be used in the beginning of a sentence or title?
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Of course we can only imagine what the rest of the title is, which means if we can come up with something that finishes the sentence and is proper, then the answer is yes, both can be used.
Consider a sports headline:
Who are doing best on the front nine?
referring to more than one, ie. the leaderboard.
Who are doing the most to deliver potable water in third-world countries?
Again, referring to more than one.