One thing I can truly respect about Jehovah's Witnesses is that they have not become what Mormonism has; a religion without conviction. Though i've only been exposed to Mormons no earlier than 5 years ago, I have good reason to believe that the Mormonism of yesterday has made a huge shift in its approach and its standing as "Christians." That is, there was once a day when Mormons stood with conviction as they distanced themselves from the so-called abominable and corrupt beliefs of all other religions. More importantly, they weren't afraid to tell others.
Now, it seems that Mormons are losing their conviction of exclusivity and trying to fit themselves into mainstream Christianity. What you will listen to in the video below will make this very evident. In the discussion, you have two Mormons expressing their disagreement with a Christian who is presenting arguments against Mormonism at their place of worship. Even though the biblical apostles and Jesus appeared in the synagogues and spoke judgment upon those who were there, these Mormons find such actions to be abhorrent. But what is even more telling is the fact that their own prophet was clear in his denunciation of all false religion; specifically, the mainstream Christianity of his day. Though i'm not aware of any instances where Smith appeared on church property to preach his message, these Mormons seemed to be uncomfortable with any negative convictions that one would express towards another religions, whether coming from Mormons or mainstream Christians.
I think anyone who listens to this interaction will find it extremely interesting. But more importantly, we need to be aware of this shift in Mormonism in order to be more effective in our presentation of the gospel.