My question is, why does.n't the Watchtower Society have this teaching listed and supported by Scripture?
This here question of yours is what we in the intellectual community give the scientifcal moniker of "rhetorical" which means ya'll don't really spect an answer. Now, some egghead types are prone to disagree with that assessment, and dang gum it if that ain't there God-given Constitutional right. Granted, you may be questioning my sanity or my sobriety, or both, but I swear on a stack of Bibles before God and His Holy Angels, that the bottle of Nyquil I drank has not affected my mind in the least. That is a scientifical fact we in the intellectual community call "lying thru yer teeth" but we'll discuss that some other time.
In my many and manifold dealings with the above named cultic corporation , officially known by the exclsuive and proprietary name of "Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, Inc" (as well as other legal designations too numerous to mention, leastwise when I'm this messed up), I have discovered a predilection toward prevarication. I would even go so far as to accuse them of stretching the truth here and there for the sake of argument. I know I know. Such a revelation is a psychic shock and surpise. To actually entertain the wild assumption that religious organizations regularly and deliberately blow smoke signals where the sun don't shine is a bold and presumptuous claim on my part, unsupported as it is by any evidence.
However, in my own defense and justification, I do hereby swear an oath, even my vow, pledge, troth, asservation, assurance, and guarantee, that you will find the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, Inc, to be composed mainly (though not exclusively) of ne'er do wells intent on establishing and maintaining a worldwide publishing emprire under the pretence of operating a non-prophet charitable, educational, and religious organization. Furthermore, it is my considered opinion as a citizen of these United States and it's immediate environs, that the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, Inc, has in fact compromised both the security and integrity of this here message board by posing as one of our very own. To wit, Rex the Wonder Dog, aka "The Shining One."
Let's take a shine to that boy.
"Just a good ol' boy"