Are you saying that formal credentials are a necessary indicator of qualification to teach?This line of evasion is complete fallacy. It's like a someone saying "read chapter one of this textbook" and then claiming "I'm not a teacher, I'm just giving people textbooks".
You're not picking these videos at random. You clearly have a personal bias. By curating a list of videos and asking people to watch them you are by definition attempting to teach, even if it's through the words of others.
I am saying straight up that you are not remotely qualified to pick out material that others should be swayed by and that in fact you are more likely than not to lead them down a path of heresy. But perhaps I can just say "that's not an accusation, it's just an opinion".
Christianity being treated like some sort of bong-session brainstorm is an insult to the centuries long lineages of holy men that came before you. By what measure are you qualified to tell people to pollute their minds with this Youtube garbage or that Youtube garbage?
For anyone else reading this, let me give you some advice which in any other endeavor in life would seem like plain old common sense.
Don't approach Christianity, one of the most important things you will ever grapple with, by way of your own feelings while chasing Youtube garbage down endless rabbit holes, many of which are designed deliberately to appeal to your weaknesses and lure you into sin.
Do what any smart man would do when he wants to learn something important. Find a professional from a long line of professionals and learn from a professional.