The JWs explanation of the human being Jesus Christ is an unreasonable, irrational Trinity.
First he is a “god” with a divine nature. But he is also an angel, so presumably has the nature of that level of created being.
Then he is deprived of these natures and he only possesses the attributes of the human nature, albeit the nature possessed by the very first one, (Homo Erectus or Neanderthal?) Adam and his wife Eve. He no longer has the attributes of his first nature. Yet he is the same person.
After that he loses the attributes of his human nature and is given the attributes of a spirit nature. Perhaps this is the same nature he has when he returns as the archangel. He no longer is Jesus Christ the human.
So the JWs have one “person” but who has had three very divergent and dissimilar natures. And they say that this is “reasonable” and “understandable”, although they cannot provide an explanation.
Further, they have a Supreme God, who clearly possesses the attributes of the divine nature, and then they have lesser gods (Michael and Satan/Lucifer, for example), who while divine, presumably their nature does not have the same attributes as that of the Supreme One. So they have different levels of the divine nature.
They have never defined the attributes that comprise each of these diverse natures, divine (various), human, spirit, angel, animal.
It appears the best JWs can do is to define “God” and “Lesser Gods” in terms of “power” and “authority”. This does not work at the human level, for whether a person is a pauper or a prince, each possesses identical attributes of the human nature.
Before attacking the Trinitarian's explanation as irrational and unreasonable, JWs had better get their own house in order. Unless they feel that the best form of defence is to use the diversionary tactic of attack.