The answer would depend on (1) your notion of what "best" means to you, and (2) your preconceived beliefs of Christianity. For example: if you believe Apostle Paul is NOT the antichrist, then Deborah Sexton is off the "best" list. However if you're openminded to new revelation & you believe Paul was the antichrist & favor understanding the original Hebrew & Greek words of the Bible, then Sexton might be the "best". If you define "best" as in "sticking to the unchanged doctrines of Christianity since Catholicism, then Judah's Daughter is perhaps the "best" at that. James W. Watkins is GOOD at getting "the history" of Christianity 98% accurately, but lacks in correct perception of its doctrines. I'd only add myself to the "best" viewpoint if you (or anyone else) defines it as "logically representing the doctrines of C. with a precision emphasis on accurate linguistic translations". Otherwise, I fall out of this "best" outlook.
So the best would need to be considered by you alone.