I'm too well known to pretend that I have never been a JW. However, if I was not in my town, I'd listen to what ever they say and would try to come up with questions that I know they'd try to lie about. Then, at the end of the day, they'd go home and wonder why they had to lie that way.
Do the JWs have a Pope like the Catholics?
No, its a small group of brothers who ... blah blah blah.
Oh, so do you believe that they are prophets? Do they have visions? Are they inspired?
No, they ... blah blah blah.
OK, so then, they lay some ground rules for everyone and other things are left to councience. right.
So what are you preaching about.
blah blah blah ... the last day ... blah blah blah.
How do you know we are the living the last day?
blah blah blah .... 1914 ... blah blah blah.
1914? Is that really in the bible?
Yes... 607 bc, 7 times, great war ... blah blah blah
Yeah that sounds like it would be nice. But obviously, believing this is a conscience matter with JWs, like not ALL JWs HAVE to believe this right?
Well, the bible is clear about this and blah blah blah
Really? So, if I'm like the good Samaritan, I help others, preach that Jesus died for our sins and you need to have a good life, and basically don't do anything, could I still be a witness if, at the same time, I find that 1914 doesn't make sense?
[Expect them to lie right about here]
Do you know any JW that openly doesn't believe in that?
blah blah blah ... maby some in their heart, blah blah blah.
So, if I get this right, this is a teaching that cannot be questioned. Whoa now, this is something very specific to be set as a ground rule by some group of men. Are you sure they're not directly inspired by God like prophets? Can they do some miracles?
No, they are good humble Christien who study the bible blah blah blah
So, they're not prophets, and yet, expect the same authority even weird teachings such as this... something isn't right here...