There's a wide cross section of thinkers on this board, representing Christian belief and non-belief and points in between, the agnostics. There is most definitely a minority, mostly silent, of devoted Jehovah's Witnesses present, too, but their contribution to the dialogue and dynamic of the board is minimal. That small minority aside, it can be said the people who venture into here to communicate with one another share a common paradigm, and that is The Watchtower is built on a foundation of clay. The fact that it remains standing and apparently solid either belies that perspective or underscores the iron grip the Society has upon its adherents. But everything one takes away from the foundation of the Watchtower, every closely held belief, doctrine or position that is shown to be in error, weakens its credibility and paves the way for good, honest people within to leave.
Conversation in here has a tendency to polarise around belief and non-belief. I guess that's pretty much inevitable and its not necessarilty a bad thing. Lights go on sometimes on both sides. It's only destructive when it gets personal which, unfortunately, does happen all too often.
I am soliciting insightful conversation on debunking the Watchtower. There are some things that are slam dunks in my estimation - the vegetarianism of antideluvian animals and the age of man, for a couple of examples. Others require a more thoughtful argument, like the scriptural prohibition on blood.
Are there others?