booker-t: JWs have always that I am aware of taught that the "annoited" might still have some on earth after Armaggeddon to usher in the new world.
Yes, but not any more. That is part of the point. I suggest you reread the WT quote.
BTW, cantleave has not (yet) posted on this thread. Yet another point on which you are confused.
That being said, I'm not playing "word games." I'll leave that to the GB and their Writing Department. They are forever changing doctrines and teachings, often by changing the meaning of ordinary words. For example, see these discussions of the Overlapping generation:
The fact that " JWs don't believe in the 'traditional' rapture" does not invalidate my point. The new teaching about the anointed is, as I said before, essentially the same as what fundamentalist Christians believe (even if JWs do NOT use the term).
The fact is that JWs only believe the Bible is written for "the anointed." So in reality their belief of what happens to the anointed is similar to what others mean by "The Rapture" for as you say "all christians." Remember, the "Other Sheep" don't go to heaven, they stay on Earth.
booker-t: Similarities in a doctrine does not make it belief in the doctrine.
Ok, that just doesn't even make any sense. If two groups believe similar doctrines, then they believe similar doctrines.
You're arguing words and missing the point.