That is where we disagree, as I am exactly what you say is impossible. I have clearly defined my reasons in other threads. But for those not wanting to dig through them...
Christian: a follower of the teachings of Jesus
Deist: the belief in God based on reason and natural observation
Your description of Christianity complete with miracles, divine inspiration, etc. mostly comes from non-biblical sources such as tradition, which I do not ascribe to. One must separate what the Bible actually says vs. what clergymen teach from years of ignorant repetition.
Yes the Bible talks about the resurrection, but the oldest of the Gospels does not really say much about it. It appears the story was expanded at a later date. That and the Gospels are all hearsay, which I do not lend much value to.
Jesus' salvific death is the core tenet of Christianity. Yes, his followers probably didn't believe in his human sacrifice (though they believed that animal sacrifices did, and Jesus became the lamb to some of them), but it's what Christianity has become virtually universally, at least to the point that using the name requires immediate, extensive qualification when hyphenated with deism. And Jesus, like all Jews, was an O/T theist. I think whatever you're trying to accomplish with the term only causes confusion, greater disillusionment and eventual abandonment by most of those you're trying to help; sending them off into the ranks of the atheists and nihilists.