There Will Be a Resurrection
17 Who will be resurrected? Jesus said that “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” (John 5:28, 29) And Revelation 20:13 tells us: “The sea gave up the dead in it, and death and the Grave gave up the dead in them.” Yes, billions of people will live again. The apostle Paul also said that both “the righteous and the unrighteous” will be resurrected. (Read Acts 24:15.) What does that mean?
18 “The righteous” include faithful servants of Jehovah who lived before Jesus came to earth. People like Noah, Abraham, Sarah, Moses, Ruth, and Esther will be resurrected to life here on earth. You can read about some of those men and women in Hebrews chapter 11. What about Jehovah’s faithful servants who die in our time? They are also “righteous,” so they will be resurrected.
19 “The unrighteous” include billions of people who did not have the opportunity to know Jehovah. Even though they died, Jehovah hasn’t forgotten them. He will resurrect them, and they will have the opportunity to learn about him and serve him.
Who will be resurrected according to Jesus and Paul? .... “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out” and that both “the righteous and the unrighteous” will be resurrected.
What does that mean? The article answers that the ''righteous'' are "faithful servants" who lived before the time of Jesus and "faithful servants" of Jehovah ( Jehovah's Witnesses) who die before our time. ( before Armageddon)
Who are 'the unrighteous'' Paul talks about? Notice paragraph 19 and the half- assed answer they give! ''The unrighteous'' include billions who did not have the opportunity to know Jehovah.''
Really? That's not what Jesus, Paul, or Merriam-Webster define the word ''unrighteous''. The WTBTS cannot even give you a straight answer. Why are they so scared to define the real meaning of ''unrighteous''?