I have a problem with a lot of your gospels...
Many of the gospels of most religions are conditional and only exist as a way to say, "if you believe this you will be rewarded." I don't see it like that. How can you be rewarded for a belief? My friend Dan got baptized into Mormonism and doesn't believe any of it, but they still treat him with respect. He doesn't believe and he still goes along with what they're saying to gain friends and favors, and still gets rewarded because somehow they think he's one of them.
So my problem is, with something as conditional as, "believe and be rewarded" it raises eyebrows for the vast majority that don't. In Syntheism we teach of a physical heaven that will exist unconditionally for everyone, regardless of what they happen to think. And Christian Universalists support this idea too, only they believe in a spiritual heaven as do most Christians. I don't understand how someone can simply be rewarded with the gospel simply by their view points. It doesn't make any sense to me.
Any religion with an amount of self-autonomy allows their members to think differently - even the JWs and LDS church practice some degree of that. And my friend proved that you can follow their religion and call yourself one of them and be rewarded now with the community they have without actually believing in any of it. It's deceitful to think that people are going to actually care what you call yourself after you've already died.
If everybody's version of the gospel actually occurs, that probably means that every person in their afterlife will have a different version of reality where different versions of different people will exist somehow unconditionally. That God will bestow upon all people the exact reality that they want, because obviously what you want to happen is usually the gospel of people. Yet most people live a life that is not what they exactly imagined, or even really wanted.
Chances are, if you exist in this life and don't get everything you want, neither will you in the afterlife. The way I see it there will be a long foregone oblivion for most people and even after your resurrection that will come much later in history you still won't have everything you desire. Nor will you ever, because reality is ever changing and expanding. What you want now will be different from what you want tomorrow, and so on.
So to pretend that you're a better person because you think certain thoughts is selfish, and foolish. My gospel is no matter how religious or spiritual you are, you're eventually going to end in the same places that everybody else already is. And that to me at least reassures that I won't be alone if there is a reality outside of complete and utter oblivion that awaits me.