I'll propose a dilemma that faces many 21st century people - The shock of leaving the WT is that you find out...
The 66 "books" we call the Bible weren't even agreed upon by the larger Christian sects at the time and still aren't to this day.
Man got here by evolution. Ignoring that indicates lack of schooling or a overwhelming need to be a part of an imaginary perfect world in the end.
Life quality for 90% of all people on this earth has gotten much better over the last few hundred years. And you believe we are in the last days? So did everyone in the New Testament, including Jesus (2000 years ago).
Jesus made prophecies that did not come true in their original context. Nothing he said indicates there is any kind of "greater fulfillment" in prophecies that were intended for his day but didn't come true so it was "spiritually" reinterpreted.
Technically, Christianity is a sect of Judaism that distorted completely how the Jews wrote it. The Messiah they were looking for was nothing like Jesus.
Jewhovah was a tribal god with as much animosity as many of the other dieties. He called destruction down upon all "apostates." His personality is worlds apart from that of Jesus as portrayed in the NT. Why?
Evangelical and fundamentalist Christianity bears little if any resemblance to the early church. They were "one" because they were persecuted. Once that lifted, the Roman wives of wealth took Christianity as their religion and it became the True Religion. Revelation ch. 1-5 indicates that the early church became split into a thousand sects, just like those who call themselves Christian today. The Watchtower will soon be split by sectarianism. It's always a cycle of birth and death with cults. Cults can become virtually mainstream religions, but then must compromise and new sects of it form as it slowly dies.
A good model is the Worldwide Church of God. Power moguls have a short life cycle but the mainstream reps will survive, though like a lion with no teeth. There is only real power in a small group of truly dedicated men. The Watchtower will split logically into 3 types:
1. a small group of "true believers" that will belong no matter what.
2. Those whose quality of life will greatly suffer if they were to leave the religion. That's why cults have a life cycle that is very short compared to mainstream religions. Education of the masses curtail them and mock them.
3. small groups of new "Bible Students" type of congregations, never united because of the egos of their leaders.
4. Those who give up on mainstream religion or religion itself altogether.
5. Many will become mainstream (but wary) Christians. They would rather forget the whole JW experience.
Mainstream churches offer legitimate returns. Cults offer something more equivalent to strong drugs.
Every culture eventually deifies it's dead heroes as gods.
All church leaders are appointed by men.
You can curse Jehovah a million times and he won't kill you. He demonstrates no supernatural intervention in man.
If you believe in the devil, fear will rule your life. Curse him and he won't kill you either.
So why do I believe in Jesus as my Lord? (For a fact, I do myself.)
Let's see if you can figure it out.