Johnny Cip would teach you well, I can tell. Garybuss gave advice on this before.
When they try to have a showdown, and you participate, just flip it.
Do you feel that Jehovah's Witnesses have the truth? or (Is this God's organization.)
I agree with the Watchtower. (There's something in there you agree with.)
You didn't answer. Do you feel that ...?
I did answer. I agree with the Watchtower.
Which Watchtower are you referring to?
What do you mean?
You say you agree with the Watchtower. What are you agreeing with?
I don't understand. What point are you agreeing with? Which Watchtower?
I am making the point that I agree with the Watchtower, that is all?
So do you feel that the Watchtower organization is God's representative on earth?
As I already said, I agree with the Watchtower on that. (Go back and you will see that the organization
was not supposed to be God's representative.)
Which issue are you in agreement with?
I don't have it all memorized. What point are you making about the Watchtower?
NEVER TRY TO WIN THE ARGUMENT UNLESS YOU WANT TO DA AND WALK OUT THE DOOR.
Just keep flipping it back to your original statement. If they read something from the Watchtower, and
ask if you agree with what they read, just stick with "I agree with the Watchtower." You could also
get angry at some question to end the debate. "I don't like what you are implying. I am outta here."