Notice that the WTS does use a weasel word "apparently." The WTS has disavowed that a similar "executional judgment was passed on Sodom and Gomorrah, flipping back and forth several times.
WT 1965 3/15
Speaking of Noah’s day, 2 Peter 3:6, 7 says: “The world of that time suffered
destruction when it was deluged with water. But by the same word [of God] the
heavens and the earth that are now are stored up for fire and are
being reserved to the day of judgment and of destruction of the ungodly men.”
Apparently there is no hope of a resurrection for those dying in that executional flood.
WT Sep 2022 p.16
The third group comprises the
goats, who will be destroyed at Armageddon. Their names are not in the book of life. Jesus
says that they “will depart into everlasting cutting-off.” (Matt. 25:46) Under inspiration, Paul tells us that “these
very ones will undergo the judicial punishment of everlasting destruction.”
1:9; 2 Pet.
2:9) The same could be said of those who, down through time,
have deliberately sinned against the holy spirit. They too receive everlasting
destruction, not everlasting life. Clearly, they will not be resurrected.
(Matt. 12:32; Mark 3:28, 29; Heb. 6:4-6) Let us now take a closer look at two groups of
people who will be resurrected on earth.
(the issue is here what is a “judgment period” as defined by
the WTS.) What was the most recent
statement about Sodom and Gomorrah and people dying there when fire rained down
on them during Lot’s day)
While the WTS has disavowed the people of Sodom not being resurrected
for now, no where does the WTS say that the people who died in the flood will
be resurrected. That is how to look at
WT info, not just what they say, but what they don’t say.
WT July 15 2005 p. 31
Those who are judged unworthy of a resurrection are pitched
into “Gehenna,” or “the lake of fire.” (Matthew 5:22; Mark 9:47, 48; Revelation 20:14) Among these would be the first human pair, Adam and Eve,
the betrayer Judas Iscariot, and certain ones who died when God executed
judgment upon them, such as the people in Noah’s day and the inhabitants of
Sodom and Gomorrah.a