Conference Paper: VATICAN COUNCIL II: DID THE CATHOLIC CHURCH CHANGE ITS POSITION ON THE SALVATION OF NON-CHRISTIANS?
Karl Rahner and Henri Lubac like about every one else picked up the Marchetti error.
They used it to interpret Nostra Aetate etc.It can be seen in this conference paper full of irrationality.
Christopher Mwashinga (M.Div., MA in theology ) projects hypothetical cases as being objectively known.This is the basis of the New Theology which he refers to.
The baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are not relevant or an exception to extra ecclesiam nulla salus (EENS). Since they are invisible cases for us, they do not exist in our reality. Yet these invisible cases were the basis for Rahner and Lubac's New Theology.Zero cases are the basis of the new theology, which makes Vatican Council II a break with the traditional interpretation of the dogma EENS.
This is the New Theology accepted by the Vatican Curia, the traditionalists and sedevacantists. They have different positions on Vatican Council II but they are all using the same irrational reasoning which comes from the Letter of the Holy Office 1949.
Mwashinga assumes his thinking is rational but it is based on a false premise.The false premise is that the dead who are now in Heaven are personally known and visible to us on earth. Then based on this premise he makes an irrational inference. He assumes that these cases in Heaven are explicit exceptions to the dogma EENS.
Yet Vatican Council II can be interpreted without this false premise and inference.Then the Council emerges traditional and in line with the dogma EENS.