I removed some of the "babble" in the top of the question. What could I change to make this question acceptable?
I think that this question is pretty much a lost cause at this point and here's why:
It's a discussion disguised as a question.
I think this paragraph from the Philosophy FAQ sums up my concern about the question:
Please note that this site is not a personal blog or a pulpit for you to express your own personal philosophical beliefs. This is a Q&A site for examining ideas and concepts in the field of philosophy. It's OK to have opinions (even those that might differ from the "mainstream"), but you need to express them in a constructive way. If you fail to do this, your contributions are subject to being edited or moderated so that they adopt a less hostile or confrontational point of view.
We've had a discussion about whether or not the God of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam is the same God and it's time to move on. There are a lot of good answers that did their level best to answer the question, but ultimately it's not a question that can be answered.
I should also point out that you've asked the same question on Mi Yodeya, which was closed, and on Islam.SE where you got three upvoted answers. When combined with the 7(!) upvoted answers on this site, I don't see what could be left to be said. By opening the question again, we are just continuing the discussion that we probably shouldn't have been having in the first place.
It's a comparative religion question, not a Christianity question
Comparative religion questions don't work well on individual religion sites. As Shmuel Brin writes on meta.Judaism.SE this type of question:
Pushes away experts—experts would gravitate to websites which discuss technical questions in their field. Unless these questions are discussed in Jewish books (in which case they should be welcome), these are not the types of questions experts would want to see.
When casting about for a new question to ask, I wonder if you might find it helpful to look at historical Christianity or questions discussed in Christian books?