the “great crowd” as representing all those persons who are not of the heavenly “bride” class, or 144,000 sealed ones, but who stand approved at the time of the “great tribulation” and are preserved alive on earth.” —Insight on the Scriptures
Fisherman : as you know, verse 21 of that prophecy defines the greatest calamity ever to happen on this planet. verse 34 states then (in other words) that the generation in question passes away after everything is calm again. The whole generation, all of them, pass away.
That is not "millions living will never die". wt is wrong, the generation never was the GC of OS. and
that is not the anointed either, because they die before, not after the great tribulation and its culmination, Armageddon.
even "the historically bad system of people" in the 1995 generation definition dont fit the bill, because they die before the end too, not after all has happened.
Based on the latest understanding of how some parts of prophecy might not have a greater fulfillment, this could apply to 1914 generation fulfillment.
fisherman, are you defending wt then, with this proviso?
the dying, passing away of the generation does not apply? After all, the generation is defined by its beginning 1914, and it's end, death, disappearance, or rising of a new generation, is it not?
Jesus words in verse 21 puts clear restraints on that. they all die after surviving armageddon.
wt's second fulfilment has no connection to reality, except to prove how wrong they are.