Similar to earlier comment: Why is it "good news" that Jehovah is going to slaughter billions of people eternally at Armageddon? Why would I want to worship a God that would do that?
What is the best question to ask a witness
Who do you obey, God or man?
Are you TRULY happy? I mean REALLY happy? Not one will answer "yes, I am!"
Since you Claim that your organization was chosen by Jesus in 1919 - could you please prove that without assertion? Was your organization teaching 'truth' then? If not - why would Jesus have chosen them?
This is a good one. Cant wait for a chance to use it.
Hey, one of you guys (gals) got a smoke I can bum?
Do you think it is right to encourage young ones to get baptized when they might lose their family and friends by just exploring normal teenage behavior?
A good stumper is to ask them what was Joseph's last name and Marys last name (before she married Joseph)?
Answer: I read that their names were Joseph Goldberg and Mary Wasserman.
Rub a Dub
I like this one:
"Tell me, is there anyone you are shunning right now because of what you believe? Who are they to you (brother sister, friend)? Do you miss them?"
I am going to file that one near the top.
I might leave out "because of what you believe" so it doesn't trigger their cult personality justification.
Do you think it's fair that people in your territory will die because they simply turned down a WT or Awake magazine and never really knowing what the 'good news' is?
Did you know that since most people reject the message, you are personally condemming people to death?
Did you know that if you were to not preach, these people who never heard had the chance to hear the good news will be resurrected, and you will therefore actually save FAR more lives by not preaching at all?
Where in the bible does it say that membership in a human religious organization is a requirement for salvation?
I'd first ask them to prove 1914 from the Bible... (which 99% probably can't)
If I find the 1% of witnesses that actually have memorized the society's "proof" texts on that, then I would ask, so where does the Bible say that 1919 is a marked year in Bible prophecy?