Try her/the the elders with this "doctrine" which creates the Org's 2-tier Christianity.
Here's what the Org teaches about the New Covenant and its participants:
jr chap. 14 p. 169 par. 4 You Can Benefit From the New Covenant"To understand the new covenant, we first have to grasp the purpose of the former one, the Law covenant.".....But who would be in this new covenant and gain that forgiveness?...That proved to be "the Israel of God," composed of Christians anointed with holy spirit......What of those who are not [directly] in the new covenant, the "other sheep," who hope to live forever on earth? In a sense, they are like the alien residents in Israel, who accepted and benefited from the Mosaic Law.
w83 3/15 p. 8 Who Should Partake? "So with the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ, a "new covenant" was put in force. What was the ‘old,’ or "former," covenant that it replaced?......This was the Law covenant. It was made with the nation of Israel shortly after they escaped captivity in Egypt. Moses was the mediator of that covenant made between Jehovah God and the Israelites (just as Jesus is the "mediator of a new covenant"). But it is noteworthy that there was a vast mixed company of non-Israelites who escaped from Egypt along with the Israelites. And although they enjoyed benefits as a result of this covenant, they were not included in it. There is a similar situation with the new covenant. Only Christians referred to as "the Israel of God" are taken into this covenant with Jehovah God. However, there is a "great crowd" of other Christians, referred to by Jesus as his "other sheep." Although these enjoy benefits from the new covenant, they are not included in it."
Here's what the Bible really teaches:
(Deuteronomy 29:10-15) "All of you are stationed today before Jehovah your God, the heads of your tribes, your elders, your officers, every man of Israel, 11 your children, your wives, and your foreign resident who is in the midst of your camp, from the one gathering your wood to the one drawing your water. 12 You are here in order to enter into the covenant of Jehovah your God and his oath, which Jehovah your God is making with you today 13 in order that he may establish you today as his people and that he may be your God, just as he has promised you and just as he swore to your forefathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. 14 "Now it is not with you alone that I am making this covenant and this oath, 15 but it is with those standing here with us today before Jehovah our God and with those who are not here with us today."
To reinforce what Moses wrote, Ruth and Rahab (two non-Israelite false-god worshippers) became full members of the nation of Israel and full participants of the Law Covenant - and as such, their respective offspring all gained inheritances within that nation.
This is confirmed by the fact that both of them were assimilated into the tribe of Judah and became direct ancestors of Jesus Christ. If both women were not fully Israelites, then Christ's lineage was corrupted by these women.