I don't find them glaring at all they speak more of nit-picking.
My reply: Of course you don't- you are mind-controlled by the cult.
The DPI NGO one isn't even a fault when taken in line with Paul being a Roman citizen the UN of his day.
My reply: Totally irrelevant.
Prophecy intepretation is just an easy target since it is subjective and other christian churches avoid it rather than address it at all.
My reply: Some avoid, some do not...red herring to distract from the fact that the WT prophecies falsely.
607 is saying the Bible is wrong and going with secular sources as more correct.
My reply: I think you meant to type '586/7', and no, it is only saying the WT is wrong. Bible history agrees with 586/7...only the WT's 7 Gnetile Times doctrine crumbles.
Calling them a cult is just a cover-all you can throw on any structured church or organisation, Early Christians are a cult by any list you find on here and Jesus a cult leader because it is such a broad generalised attack designed to appeal to emotions rather than reality. Imperfection of men is used an awful lot "Elder A is bad therefore all witnesses are bad!"
My reply: Not a coverall- a logical conclusion from observation of the control the org holds over its members and the tactics they will use to maintain unity at all costs.
Debator said: Main scriptural doctrine of witnesses is generally left alone since it's biblical truthfulness is easy to see.
My reply: Untrue, much of the WT doctrine is false, but discussion on that does little in the way to awaken a JW, since their absolute allegiance is to the source promulgating those doctrines. The WT is wrong on just about all their doctrines.
Debator said: That they cannot find big reasons to go against witnesses and have to dig out the nit-picking ones shows they need learned rhetoric to bolster their choice of no longer being a witness.
My reply: The biggest reason one goes against the JWs is their claim to being God's channel of truth is shown to be an empty and baseless assertion.