In case any active JW feels that I'm plucking a single feather from the G.B. "chicken," here are other confirmatory references:
p. 789 Resurrection - Jesus
was therefore evidently
taking a similar
position in time in speaking
of “those who did good things” and “those who practiced vile
things,” [John 5:28,29] namely, a position
at the end of the period of judgment, as looking back in retrospect
or in review of the
actions of these resurrected persons after
opportunity to obey or disobey the “things
written in the scrolls.”"
chap. 41 p. 300 par. 16 - "...showing
that those resurrected ones who “practiced vile things”after
in the inspired Scriptures and scrolls are judged to be unworthy
p. 338 par. 1 - "Both
those who formerly did good things and those who formerly practiced
bad things will be “judged individually according to their deeds.”
What deeds? If we
were to take the view that people were going to be condemned on the
basis of deeds in their
that would be inconsistent* with Romans 6:7...... Jesus was expressing
had been uplifted to human perfection and been put on judgment."
p. 214 par. 3 - "...the
judgment will not focus on what people did before
will be judged on the basis of what they do during
chap. 9 p. 76 par. 12 - "They
will be “judged individually according to their deeds” performed
9/1 p. 22 par. 9 - "...the
former life pattern will affect the problem of the resurrected ones
as to their conforming to Kingdom requirements........they will
either turn to the course of
doing good things or turn
to the practicing of vile things."
* The org and the 'slave' are asserting that no one will be judged for any evil they've done before they died, because their own death 'wipes their slate clean.' So serial killers who evade capture and eventually die at a good old age in a nursing home, have nothing to worry about - according to the Wizards of Warwick. (WoW)
This is a dogma which has gone over the heads of the vast majority of JW's. Ask a JW about this the next time you meet one and a glazed look will come over their eyes as they try to a) deny it and b) 'explain' it.
I know - it's exactly how an elder at a trolley reacted when I questioned him about it.