I'll email him. I'd love to hear from him on this. As I said, if we had a Catholic bishop, even a sedevacantist, come out in no uncertain terms for the majority opinion and asserting his view, stressing it is the majority and traditional view, of the necessity of belief in the Trinity and the Incarnation for salvation, that would be huge. And it's about time.
Like I said, in light of that sermon on predestination and his apparent views on Thomism/Molinism, I haven't lost all hope in Bishop Sanborn on this.
I think that if you could logically demonstrate how it's the minority opinion (the Jesuit invention of the early 1600s) that has led to V2 ecclesiology, that might wake him up ... because he has such a strong contempt for V2 ecclesiology.
It's actually very simple from a logical standpoint.
Major: There can be no salvation outside the Church.
Minor: Infidels can be saved.
Conclusion: Infidels can be within the Church. [=V2 ecclesiology]
One objection could be that these infidels are joined to the Church at death only, but that is ruled out by the one particular EENS definition which declares that these must enter the Church BEFORE their deaths.
I honestly don't understand the Traditional Catholics who don't see that ALL the Vatican II errors derive ultimately from THIS ecclesiology ... the same one which they themselves (many of them at any rate) hold.