Aimee, there are four (I think) printable tracts about JW’s which you can access from the CA home page. I have been inviting them in and, depending on how curmudgeonly I feel, go in one of several directions.
One way is to suffer through their chit chat until they mention the Bible, then unload on them about their bible. All the ammo is in the above mentioned tracts although not all in one place. Seems they rewrote it (they claim “translate” although the five committee members who did this had no training in any ancient languages) to make it fit their theology.
Another is to go through the first meeting to the end. The first one or two calls will probably be pretty harmless and non-controversial, so you’ll be fairly safe. Before they leave, they will always try to leave you a copy of one of their magazines. Be ready for this and offer them a Catholic tract in return. They won’t take it, of course, and that gives you the opportunity to politely reject theirs. When they see that you are going to try to evangelize them, they won’t come back.
Sometimes if I’m feeling really feisty, I’ll let them lead the conversation but refuse to answer any questions at that time. I’ll take notes and invite them back. On the second trip, they start out on something new, so you’ll have to force the issue back to the original meeting in order to give them a Catholic answer to their questions and/or a Catholic interpretation of whatever verse of scripture they asked you to read.
I’ve been hit on eight times in the last six months and, as you can probably tell, I’m really starting to get into their game. I love to hear them stutter and stammer when I ask THEM a question and like it even more when they bring one of their elders back with them when they determine they need reinforcements.
I don’t think I’ll ever win any converts - they all appear to be too brainwashed. I do get some enjoyable Saturday afternoon conversations with them, though.