No. (1 Corinthians 1:10) Were the 1st century Christians known for dissenting from the Apostles, such as Paul? No! Those who dissented and continued in that course even after being corrected were kicked out.-1 Timothy 1:3; Titus 3:10, 11. [source]
Are you saying that the Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses are directly inspired by God, per the Apostles?
If so, can we conclude that, per the question in this post, that yes, Jehovah's Witnesses polices are divinely inspired?
You brought up 3 red herrings. 1919, the generation, and organ transplants. None of this has anything to do whether or not the Witnesses say their policies are divinely inspired. [source]
Surely you can see how ridiculous your statement here is.
Governing Body, which claims to speak for God.
Jehovah's Witnesses believe whatever it is the Governing Body is saying about these - and thousands of other topics - this week in the Watchtower Study (why isn't it called Bible Study?) because the Governing Body has told them it speaks for God.
I'll try and make it a bit clearer so that you can see how ludicrous your rebuttal is;
- Why did Jehovah's Witnesses believe that organ transplants - even when they could save your God-given life - were detestable to God?
- Because the Governing Body said so.
- And why do Jehovah's Witnesses put so much stock on what the Governing Body says?
- Because the Governing Body says it speaks for God.
- And when did the Governing Body start speaking for God?
- In 1919 when Jesus identified the "faithful and discreet slave" "class".
*Still waiting on that proof, by the way.