And it's an important one too. Anyone else here picked up on it?
*** re chap. 20 p. 124 A Multitudinous Great Crowd ***
The great crowd is not a priestly class and does not attain to that exalted position. True, it is later described at Revelation 7:15 as serving God "in his temple." But this temple does not refer to the inner sanctuary, the Most Holy. Rather, it is the earthly courtyard of God?s spiritual temple. The Greek word na.os', here translated "temple," often conveys the broad sense of the entire edifice erected for Jehovah?s worship. Today, this is a spiritual structure that embraces both heaven and earth.?Compare Matthew 26:61; 27:5, 39, 40; Mark 15:29, 30; John 2:19-21, NewWorldTranslationReferenceBible, footnote.
But since then 'new light' has shone forth!
Still, TheJewishEncyclopedia says: "This outer court was, strictly speaking, not a part of the Temple. Its soil was not sacred, and it might be entered by any one."
Fifth, the Greek word (hi.e.ron') translated "temple" that is used with reference to the Court of the Gentiles "refers to the entire complex, rather than specifically to the Temple building itself," says AHandbookontheGospelofMatthew, by Barclay M. Newman and Philip C. Stine. In contrast, the Greek word (na.os') translated "temple" in John?s vision of the great crowd is more specific. In the context of the Jerusalem temple, it usually refers to the Holy of Holies, the temple building, or the temple precincts. It is sometimes rendered "sanctuary."?Matthew 27:5, 51; Luke 1:9, 21; John 2:20.
You'd think a refinement as important as this would have been included in the 70 or so 'Climax' book corrections.
Unless there is somebody there that week who is 'switched on,' the 'old light' will continue to glow.