You must do two things. you must internalize the teachings of these great masters first so that their roodmaps become elementary. Then investigate the ideas of dissenters to sharpen your understanding. If that is achieved, you can set it aside for now until greater experience allows you to return to even teach or produce new inputs
This is obviously a philosophical list focused on mastering the spiritual road. The same applies to all knowledge.
It is unfortunate that most reject these intellectual lineages all of which have shaped our common language of ideas. Try to imagine our world without the concepts of Buddha. Even more radically imagine our culture without Jesus. You see my point.
Zen and the Art of Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
“Humans may crave absolute certainty; they may aspire to it; they may pretend, as partisans of certain religions do, to have attained it. But the history of science- by far the most successful claim to knowledge accessible to humans- teaches that the most we can hope for is successive improvement in our understanding, learning from our mistakes, an asymptotic approach to the universe, but with the proviso that absolute certainty will always elude us.” –Carl Sagan