If an unsuspecting and biblically gullible/naive person agrees to accept a "free, home bible study" from one of Jehovah's Witnesses......it soon (we hope) becomes apparent that they are being subjected to a Watchtower indoctrination program of about six months or more.
JWs like to proudly boast of how instead of serving their fellow man by using Christian charity as Jesus instructed---they offer this "bible education" which slowly sets them up to become Jehovah's Witnesses. These "studies" go to five meetings a week to learn how to properly "place" the WTS literature and how to successfully "overcome objections" that the Brooklyn Boyz-in-Writing have determined to be effective.
We see the love-bombing and the rush of new friendships form....which are totally contingent upon adhering to all the new things being learned. It can (and does) vanish in a heartbeat when one decides "it's not for me" after all. Once one is baptized---all your JW friends and relatives treat you like you have a dreaded and incurable disease and THEY vanish. You all know the drill, and the "love" they show trying to win your heart back. Right.
As one moves up in the ranks, certain priveleges like handling microphones and keeping count of how many are in attendance at these training sessions, are bestowed upon proud recipients. This is known as "making progress".
All is well in Watchtowerland, as long as one is in compliance with all the new things they are learning from the bible----like how many guests one can invite to a gathering; who one can now associate with and who they cannot; how long their hair can be; how long a skirt can be; when to "move along" and when to "be quiet" at a convention......and where not to be when it is time for the lunch break when spending 3-4 days within the confines of any arena that houses one of these conventions. ALL these "bible truths" are vital to your salvation. Jesus WHO????
This is only the tip of the iceburg----but you get my point. More than that----you soon get the tyrannical and controlling Watchtower's point----but you have already been conditioned to think that this IS "God's chosen religion" (because THEY said so!) and that you MUST be obedient and loyal to whatever they might decide to spew as "God's requirements".
The wisest course is to NEVER accept a "free, home "bible" study" when a nice smiling JW comes to YOUR door! It was the worst mistake I ever made.