The caller must have asked how I could possibly be all those things - a perfectly reasonable question. If someone described someone else like that I might ask the very same question. Truth be told, the answer made me cringe a bit. I don't mean that as a criticism of POS's answer; even to me, I sounded like a dilletant or a flake. If I am going to continue to grow as a semi-public figure, I really need to come up with something snappy to answer that question with.
Part of my cringing is that he started the chain of descriptors with "Christian". It's true I consider myself a Christian after a fashion, but what that means to me is so different from what that means to 99.99999% of the world that I am not comfortable with it as a descriptor. I do not believe in the literal resurection, and even if I did, I do not believe that salvation is dependent upon faith in it. I do not accept Christ as "the only son of god". I do not even believe in God as a being outside of the universe. I do not believe in God as a personality that gets deeply involved in the lives of people the way that most Christians do. I would not even really say that I am in any way married to the idea that Christ existed as a historical person at all. So, while I find meaning in the current of Christianity, and juice in the apostolic lineage, and much sympathy with the moral teachings, I am hardly a Christian in the way that everyone would think of .
I went through the same thing with the term "Thelemite" several years ago. It means something to me: the legend of Thelemia in the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili is what I see as the key to that understanding. Gargantua and Pantagruel expand upon the idea. Crowley's Book of the law does as well, but there is much there that I diverge from. I in no sense consider Crowley a prophet on par with Christ or Buddha or anyone that important, nor do I find him one of my most major magickal influences. Unfortunately, the term Thelemite does mean that to most people, so its not a useful descriptor for me. It was easier to just reject the descriptor than explain all the caveats every time someone introduced me as a Thelemite. I have come to the conclusion that Christian is pretty much the same.
If people that are not asking for occult reasons ask my religion, my reply is Buddhist, cuz that is my core discipline, and my ever-evolving spiritual views are closest to the view of Dzogchen, and Tibetan Dharma is general. For instance, my kids will be raised Buddhist, with some Christian traditions and holidays thrown in explaining Christ as a sort of Bodhisattva.
As far as the other labels go, I think we need a second post to deal with that.