Just thought I'd revisit these points:
- the gospel of Jesus is about His kingdom, not about any salvation doctrine of Christianity.
Please find a biblical index and check the references to Kingdom in the NT.
- the kingdom of Jesus is here and now ...
The references speak of the Kingdom of God/Heaven.
Yes, here and now, but then ...
- the Creator Himself has never entered into His creation, to be a part of it.
Who's to say what the Creator has or has not done, what He can or cannot do?
And if that is so, then Jesus is delusional.
- the way that Jesus was conceived is not what makes Him the Son of God.
Are you reading 'son' literally, ie biologically?
- the Holy Spirit is like a person in some ways, and not like a person in some other ways.
Yes. 'Person' is always analogous. The same applies to the Son and the Father.
- there aren't any belief requirements for salvation, and there aren't any beliefs that can save a person.
So Jesus got it all wrong?
- the baptism of Jesus is not with physical water.
It never is. It always has a spiritual dimension. It's not the water.
If you mean, the occasion on the Jordan as recorded in Scripture, then that's something else. Personally, as you know, I regard the two, the physical act and the spiritual meaning, as unitary.
- people do not always need to believe that anything in the gospels ever actually happened, or that they are about a real person, or that God exists, to enter the kingdom of Jesus and/or to be saved.
I find that rather illogical. "Actually, I don't believe in you, but I'd like to come in."
- the reason for the miracle stories in the gospels is not for people to believe that they really happened physically, but to teach some lessons, like the kingdom parables.
I happen to think otherwise.