One of us is in heresy. Check this out.
1.For me the baptism of desire(BOD) refers to a hypothetical case so it is not an exception to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus(EENS).
1.For you it refers to an explicit case, objectively visible in 2016.So it is an exception to the dogma EENS.This is heresy for me.It is the heresy from the second part of the Letter of the Holy Office 1949.
Note: I am not rejecting the BOD. I am only saying that BOD can be accepted as only being hypothetical.We don't have a choice.
So your position is heretical( visible for you baptism of desire), non traditional( rupture with the Council of Florence 1441 on EENS) and heretical ( rejection of the dogma EENS with so called known exceptions).
The same heretical position; with the heretical reasoning,is there in your interpretation of Vatican Council II and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, agreed?
If you name important people who reason, like you, it would not change anything.Since you all would be violating the Principle of Non-Contradiction.
1.You would be saying there are known cases of the BOD, even though you all physically cannot see any one as such.
2.You would be saying hypothetical cases are objective and non hypothetical in 2016.-Lionel Andrades