There are some people out in cyberspace who try to provide answers to those with questions, but they're just members (JWAdvisors.com) with databases.
You state that Jesus is ruling invisibly, OK, I get that, but how do you explain that he is also mute?
I asked them that very thing. If the leaders do not receive revelation as the ancient leaders did, how would they know that Jesus returned invisibly? Especially when scripture clearly states that every eye shall see him.
Unfortunately, as soon as they ascertain that you're not red meat, they toss you aside, saying they don't have time to fool with you.
The two questions I put to them was the 1) 1914 invisible return one and 2) how they knew they were selected in 1918-9 as Jehovah's horse in the race?
Both are legitimate questions, of course. If you were to ask them:
What is the definition of 'soon'?
What could they say? Any day now? I was amazed that they referred me to their database for these questions.
How do they know about the selection of the Society in 1918-9? Here's a dump on all the articles that have been written in their magazines!
Circular reasoning. Very bizarre. The fellow defending the faith was very nice, but clearly out of his element. He wrote:
"I need to tend to my ministry, which does not include the command to preach to those who do not need a physician."
Yet, ostensibly, the purpose of his site was to answer questions outsiders had about the faith. He was very clear that he wouldn't answer questions by former JWs. I suppose the shunning policy applied. Serious inquiries and questions would be considered, but only if you were unhappy or had doubts about your present beliefs. But those stipulations are not anywhere on his website.