It's almost 2018, almost 100 years since 'Judge' Rutherford confidently prophesied that 'Millions now living will never die!'.
So how many of those millions are left? Well, since it was 100 years ago, all we need to do is find out how many people of age 100 and above are currently living. Most estimates put the worldwide figure at roughly 450,000, not even half a million.
Oh dear, not so much 'Millions now living will never die!', more 'Half a million now living will still be alive in 100 years time, and none of them will be in very good shape!'.
Give it another 20 years and they'll all be gone, poor Rutherford. Oh, and what of the 'Judge'? Well, he died not even a quarter of a century later, in 1942.