I think you are asking me why I have not responded to what you presented -- let us say the Biblical truth of what Christian salvation is and means?
First, I did respond, in a way, by more or less agreeing that those are the terms of how salvation is understood by Christians.
Second, I do have many thoughts on the entire notion of salvation, and damnation, and many other things, but I also have other responsibilities. It was a busy morning and only now has it lightened up.
Yes, I do understand that that is said. But then, I think, people (and organizations) say many different things. But the question is Is it absolutely true?For mainstream Catholic theology teaches the axiom, "extra Ecclesiam nulla salus," which translates as, "outside the Church (i.e. Catholicism), [there is] no salvation."
And I do not have an answer for you.
Contradictory truths-claim seem to lead to the eventuality of simply rejecting the entire contradicted area-of-concern.
Patience, patience . . . I'll get back to matters as soon as I am able.