I know what you mean.Absolutely don't mean to suggest that individual ideas are not worthy in any respect, just that they're not when - for example - talking about Christianity and characteristics of the Christian God; for that, it's not idiosyncratic ideas that are relevant, but those which are most ubiquitous among Christians. If I was Christian and believed God's actual image was more like a chihuahua, no one could burn me at the stake anymore for saying so, but my idea wouldn't be representative of Christian belief.
But at the same time, I dont have any control over whose thoughts on Christianity get published or not. You are always going to hear more from whoever has the most money. At least to some extent. It's hard for me to really know how uncommon my thoughts are.
I know I am not a Calvinist. But besides that, which of my other Christianity thoughts exactly would you say are uncommon? Just curious....perfectly willing to take your word for it..