There is no doubt (in my mind at least from my own personal experience) that in day to day matters most witnesses are genuinely loving and kind (or "nice") people (though their indoctrination and fundamentalist mentality often inhibits their natural kindness and tolerance and often gets in the way of fulling showing it). However I would like to put the case that when it comes to their ministry and theological/scientific discussion of any type, they fail to apply even the most basic of Bible principles that they claim to espouse - the Golden Rule! Here is what occurred to me...
Some things JW's would like men to do to them:
1. Listen politely & respectfully while they "share" their religious convictions.
2. Open their minds to the "evidence" they offer for their convictions.
3. Accept the negative "criticisms" levelled at their current belief system as evidence of their genuine concern for their spiritual welfare.
Now the question is, do JW's ever abide by the admonition, "you also must do to them" when ex-JW's "share" facts, offer "evidence," or "critique" their beliefs? Will they offer the same respectful and open minded "listening ear" that they expect from people of other faiths and atheist etc?