I would encourage anyone to look into the Ante-Nicene Fathers, or better yet you can ask the Watchtower to send you some photocopies. The Watchtower employs bad scholarship, e.g. plagiarism, misquotating, and insufficient information.
I would encourage one to look into the bible at 2 Cor 12, where the only conclusion is that Jesus was prayed to. The Watchtower uses the word entreat to disguise Pauls' intentions. A quick look into a dictionary will show that entreat means to earnestly ask.
The use of the deffinite article does not apply to just God, but is used in denoting the true Lord, etc. By the standards of both most Greek scholars, and the Watchtower:
If (1) The deffinite article is used in anything (lets say Lord for this example) then it denotes that true holder of that title (this is a fact from both scholars and the Watctowers own use)
(2) The deffinite article is used in the title of Lord for both the Father and the Son (I will let the reader research this).
Therefore, (3) Both the Father and the Son are the true, and only Lords over all.
The Watchtowers' intentions is to turn their followers to their teachings only, and to advoid any discontent within their members. Look at the thread I added to the one seeking the 70 years chronology for further proof.
**************Merry Christmas, and rememeber 2 Cor 12: Christ is strong even when we think otherwise. And let the power of Christ remain like a tent over you (I researched the New World Translation just in case any are wondering whether my research is ineffective or not)!