EDIT: I'm probably going to ask that this be deleted as it's moot now...
Mumbo-jumbo and bizarre opinions immediately aside - There is such a wealth of knowledge from these often deeply Christian perspectives, which are not merely opinion based (and thus off-topic), but rather are direct-experiential, seeming to fit type 4, Experience, (*1) in the Wesleyan Quadrilateral. I'm a bit confounded why there is no "esoteric" tag.
Granted - esotericism, as a dicey brand name, is all too frequently (and often justifiably!) discounted. But wouldn't the contemporaries of Saint Augustine or the Gnostics back then consider their in-sights as merely the opinions of some 'esoteric' nut jobs? The underlying problem is finding consistent means to clarify when something is "viable" (no, of course not "the Truth") versus when it is mere opinion / belief. And there are gray areas (*2). But doesn't a total discounting of such potentially murky perspectives also throw the baby out with the bath water?
So this isn't really a new tag request. Rather would it be considered appropriate (on meta.c.se) to discuss how to address the subject - without merely excluding it outright ?
( Note *1 - I'd say a clear, but esoteric, understanding would also fall under type 3, Reason by Wesleyan's own presentation - an understanding has also to be reasonable to be viable. )
( Note *2 - My POV: 1. Christianity is more than just a body of knowledge because Christ is an active participant in the World(s). 2. There is an evolution of conscious spanning long periods of history - what is "esoteric" (hidden / mystery) to me may be daily bread and butter to you. ... And I hope you share that bread with us.)