Branch theorist Anglo-Catholics obviously consider faithful Roman Catholics to have a good chance at salvation. But what do Anglicans of a more Reformed and/or evangelical persuasion (not sure if the two terms should be used interchangeably) think? Are they like most Evangelicals who think Roman Catholics can’t be saved unless they’ve had a “new birth”? Are they like classical Reformed and Lutherans who think that since Rome doesn’t teach a strict sole fide Gospel, a Catholic who agrees with the Magisterium on soteriology can’t be saved? Do they believe that devotion to Mary and the Saints is idolatry and thus any Roman Catholic who practices those devotions (which is most of them) is rightfully damned? The reason why I think Reformed and/or evangelical Anglicans would likely have to take a less polemical view towards Rome than, say, a Reformed Baptist or a run-of-the-mill American evangelical would take, is because Reformed Anglicans/Episcopalians are still in communion with Anglo-Catholics who DO deny the Reformed/evangelical understanding of new birth, who DO hold to a sacerdotal soteriology, and who DO pray for the dead and the intercession of the saints. But I don’t know any Reformed/evangelical Anglicans so I’m not sure.