Scholar, I have comprehensive libraries at my disposal (Logos, Libronix, BibleWorks, the Online Bible, etc.). If I do not have access to an article, I have a huge University Theology library not too far away.
But coming back to the subject at hand, I am thankful that I am not trapped in JW theology anymore. In my pursuit of truth, I now I have the freedom to study all of the above articles at leisure, without the criticism or negative influence of Big brother. See footnote "Devastations vs. reproach."
Hopefully Rolf Furuli will realize that he is now free to pursue his academic interests without the shackles of the Watchtower to drag him down. For years and years he has been trapped in the Freddy Franz mindset. And as has been said repeatedly, his articles and books have been reviewed by his peers and found wanting.
It seems you have the same problem. You should try to break free. It's exhilarating, as though one is discovering a new world. The indoctrination of the Watchtower is harmful to academic research. It forces one in a specific direction and keeps one's intellectual curiosity stunted. The truth is above all of that. Why do you think they vehemently oppose tertiary education?
If you think you have the truth, put it to the test. E.g., compare Biblical chronology of the last days of Judah to Babylonian chronology. There is minor differences that has to do with the regnal and ascension years, but easily explained if you work out what system was followed. It is not necessary to discredit the scribes because you don't like the contents of their tablets. There is no reason why they should falsify the tablets. There are many reasons why the Society would like to discredit them.
I have studied Biblical Chronology for many decades, have a large collection of books on Chronology and copies of relevant Journal articles and had to defend WT chronology against criticism of our Chronology by SDA' scholars here in Australia. It was in this country that the first critics of WT chronology emerged beginning from the fifties through to the sixties so I am well acquainted with the subject. Further, I am well acquainted with theological libraries such as the Moore College Theological library in Sydney which is adjacent to the University of Sydney -Fisher library and I used to haunt such places over many years whilst pioneering in the Eastern suburbs of Sydney.
In fact, it is I who along with an SDA scholar from the SDA Theological Seminary at Cooranbong, NSW arranged for the first translation from German into English of the VAT 4956 within international scholarship. So as with Furuli I have long demonstrated my credentials as an independent thinker and scholar.