I was during last weekend in Oslo, Norway, to have an apostate meet-up. We had the purpose of creating a new apostate association in Norway. However, guess if we didn't run into a JW-stand right next to a Scientology-stand in the city centre (the text on the poster translates: "What happens to us when we die?)!
We were three apostates that just didn't have much to lose so we did our best to save the cult members. I started my round of preaching about Gods true nature using the JW's own bible:
One apostate successfully placed a copy of Crisis Of Conscience by Raymond Franz among the JW's own literature and the funny thing is that they never noticed since my preaching kinda' pulled a crowd (we also saw a spectator starting to browse the book later!):
I had a nice biblical conversation with three JW's all in all. Much can be said about it too but the perfect blow was when one of the JW's had said that there can only be one true religion and I said that if the goal truly was a paradise then he ought to research every religion out there to be even more sure and certain about his thing. However, he then said that he "just know" that he already belongs to the one true religion and that he doesn't need to hear what other religious people have to say. Guess what I read to him then? Proverbs chapter 18 verse 13: " He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him". The JW dropped his jaw and after a few seconds he just said that "that is about all things except religion" lol.
Oh I had one more full blown punch too. After reading about slaves, violence and even pure barbaric slaughter, all which had Gods fully approval; one JW countered by mentioning the big drowning and Noah and said that all of these is just examples that one cannot question God and whatever he does - he am right about it too. However, I asked if a loving God wouldn't hate such a merciless and careless view of humans as the one this JW just presented. Wouldn't a caring God love humans who loved other humans and who couldn't see between the fingers about violence? Wasn't that what cute Jesus did when he abandoned the entire old law? I even asked if anyone present could look me into the eyes and say that "I could very well do such a thing as to drown the entire planet?" One JW laughed and replied: "What a luck then that we don't have to make such a decision". I said that those very words indeed were a statement that he, as a imperfect human being couldn't do such a thing! Once more the JW's stated with a hurry that one cannot judge God and that he is right whatever he chooses to do. I made a short break and asked: "Why do you guys keep on defending what God already has regretted, isn't that why he put up the rainbow?" You should have seen the faces! =)