Actually, DATA-DOG, I think your comment really added the details that flesh out the point I was trying to make. I should be thanking you. Very good point--they're applying this term broadly when it was applied by Paul in a very specific way about a specific teaching. Pointing out things that are clearly wrong or false is far different from teaching that the resurrection has already happened.
It calls to mind something I've noticed in recent articles--the Society has said more than once that their interest is in obeying Jesus or following the lead of holy spirit rather than in shielding themselves from criticism. With blanket statements of this sort against their critics--and the way the elders go after their critics who are still on the inside--it guarantees that as far as they're concerned, they have no living critics to speak of. They silence and malign their critics, and then say they're not worried about criticism. If they weren't worried about criticism, they would have more open discussions about what their critics say.