DaleSteve, you seem to have little idea of Christian unitarian theology. If you did, you’d know that we too believe in a self-revealing God, who by his spirit inspired the prophets and apostles, and through them the Bible, and who loved us so much that he sent his only Son as the best and last revelation of him.
Dale acts as though you can swap out the key players (redefining the Father, Son, and Spirit), swap in new players, while leaving the Christian story intact.
Now, it’s superficially true that you can change the players while you retain the same basic plot, but the meaning of the story has been radically subverted. The story of salvation is not just a string of bare events, but theologically interpreted events. Dale is acting like a positivist historian.
Take ufology. Following Dale’s lead, we could substitute three aliens for the Trinity. From the mother ship, in high orbit, the alien captain (the alien “Yahweh”) sends an alien “prophet” to earth to prepare humans for an alien “savior”. This could follow the narrative outlines of the OT and NT. Same plot, different players.
Indeed, some science fiction, like the Stargate series, toy with the idea that ancient “gods” are really space aliens masquerading as gods and goddesses. Their “miracles” are simply advanced alien technology.
Moreover, this isn’t just fiction. There are ufologists who really believe that sort of thing.
Clearly, though, this would be a completely different religion. It would only be Christian on the surface.