You say nothing about what she should do about the answers and whether she agrees with them or not
My chief concern is my daughter's happiness. Even if it makes me unhappy, if she's happy that's what matters to me. So if she finds answers that she can accept and it happens to agree with the JW mentality, so be it.
I questioned the witnesses and tested the Bible answers they gave me hense I became one. I questioned other Christian religions and didn't like the unbiblical answers they gave me hense why I rejected them.
How much knowledge did you have about the bible before you questioned their answers. If you know nothing about history when a JW answers with something like "We know that 1914 was the time of the end because World War I was the casualty heavy war until that time" you'll think it's a great answer. If you know history you'll know the An Shi Rebellion in 13th century China killed more. If they tell you that Earthquakes are increasing, unless you've done the research to know they're not then you'll accept the answer. If you don't really know what the trinity teaches JWs will tell you a different teaching of what the trinity is then destroy that straw man (a logical fallacy which I mention in my videos) you'll accept the answer. But if you're knowledgeable in the scriptures used to back the trinity and what the trinity actually teaches you'll know what they're telling you the trinity teaches is false.
I assume you mean Hence here right and not Hense?
Would you mind giving me an example of some of the things you've questioned and what were the answers you were given? I have a feeling you were snowballed because you weren't familiar with the subjects before the answers were provided to you.
We can question but there is a point when you have to see where the right answer is and commit to it.
The right answer is always the one that stands up to scrutiny. If someone tells me that Jerusalem fell in 607 but that doesn't stand up to the archeological test then guess what? It's not the right answer, even if I had previously committed to it.
Keep up the good work and don't cut your hair unless you really want to. I think long hair looks great on a man and 30 is not old!!!
I'm probably keeping it until a little after my birthday just because I need to cope with losing it, I've had long hair since I was 19, it's going to be strange not having it. I've made fun of people over 30 for having long hair, so I can't go and be that guy. LOL.