I read the article about the Polish scientist who grew up atheist. It seems he was later enlightened by some Jehovahs Witnesses. Now he believes in "God". He never acknowledged Jehovah as this god, nor does he claim in the article to be a JW. Isn't it a bit odd to find WT accepting of those who simply believe in "a god"?
I have never seen atheists groups actually organize to picket church groups. Atheists may speak up in a way to educate others but I have not seen them attack with physical force people who are trying to go inside of churches. This is what is implied through the artwork in the magazine.
Did you notice that the "preacher" in his ecclestical robes, silhouetted in white, has all the appearance of an angel, with the robe sleeves subliminally depicting wings? Does this give some indication that WT is accepting the ecclestical dress codes of worldly religions now as being legitimate?
Do I see a subtle formation of interfaith beginning in the WT ranks? Will they bond with the worldly religions and unite to oppose the atheists of the world? Are they trying to create a division here by implying violent opposition and a need to bond with christians of all faith in order to have strength to oppose the new boggie-man?