As a Unitarian Universalist, I can assure you that several in our congregation consider themselves Christian. We accept and follow the teachings of a man (or maybe collection of teachings from several) as wise and just. Feed the poor, care for the sick, love your neighbor, etc. I have always read being "Christian" as attempting to live a life as close to Jesus's as possible. Also, many (in fact like 99%) of those in my congregation are deeply spiritual. I think the confusion is that in our philosophies, the path to spiritual enlightenment is more a field, with many ways across, and we come together to share our stories, and our viewpoints. I can see how you'd be confused though, as we don't pray to Jesus (or any idol really), don't accept the Trinity as true (but hell, neither did a great many early Christians, the Gnostics come to mind), and you've probably been brought up to believe that if you don't think that Jesus was God, born of a Jewish mother (who was a virgin), and he didn't get back up 3 days after getting stabbed by a spear and crucified, then you aren't a Christian. In my rational mind, I think the idea that people are worshiping Jesus as a God would probably make him start knocking over collection plates at Church on Sundays. So maybe, to some of us, YOU aren't the real Christian, as you have a God before Jehovah, which no Jewish man (never forget, Jesus was a Jewish man) would ever do. Just my 2 cents.