# 2 can't be talking about judaism,muslims,buddhists since they are not baptised...I'm assuming it's referring to protestants..no?..
St. Thomas Aquinas, De Veritate, 14, A. 11, ad 1: Objection- “It is possible that someone may be brought up in the forest, or among wolves; such a man cannot explicitly know anything about the faith. St. Thomas replies- It is the characteristic of Divine Providence to provide every man with what is necessary for salvation… provided on his part there is no hindrance. In the case of a man who seeks good and shuns evil, by the leading of natural reason, God would either reveal to him through internal inspiration what had to be believed, or would send some preacher of the faith to him
Yes, some Protestants, and also Eastern Orthodox, exclusively.
Non-Christians are not baptized. Ben Shaphiro is not baptized.
St. Thomas Aquinas mentions the possibility of even sending an Angel
before the moment of death if necessary, to a non Christian who perseveres in seeking truth and strives to follow the natural moral law. God then gives him the Grace to repent of sin, explicitly believe at least the most basic truths of our Catholic Faith, be validly baptized, and thus be able to reach salvation and attain the Beatific Vision.