And you are still fantasizing!
Note, Paul said "God was in Christ reconciling the world unto himself" and he didn't say God was Christ or Christ was God but rather "God was in Christ reconciling the world unto himself" and which means exactly what Jesus himself revealed in John 14:10 "The words that I speak unto you, I speak not of myself, it is the Father who dwells within me, he is doing the works".
This was his answer to Philip when Philip asked Jesus "show us the Father and it will be sufficient for us".
Therefore, I really don't care whether you accept it or not, for that is your problem and not mine, but Joel 2:32, is fulfilled through Jesus and not as Jesus.
You also need to make note of this fact about Joel 2:28-32, for our need for salvation and deliverance from Yahweh doesn't begin and end with accepting Jesus as our kurios and believing in our hearts that God has raised him from the dead, but it only begins there and this is when we have access to Yahweh to call on his name for the salvation we will continue to need all through this life also.
For all through our lives, we will need to be delivered or saved from the many trials and temptations that we will face in life and therefore Joel 2:32 is only fulfilled for us all through our lives after we first confess with our mouth Jesus as our kurios and believe in our hearts that Yahweh has raised him from the dead.
Then anytime we need deliverance from Yahweh we can call on his name and we will need deliverance many times after this also and especially as day of the Lord that Joel mentions in that passage approaching and which is another thing within the context that you trins over look.
Once again also, the main emphasis of Paul in quoting this from Joel 2:28-32 in Romans 10:8-13, was to reveal that Joel prophesied of the Gentiles being included, when Joel said that God would pour out his Spirit on all people and that because of this, whosoever both Jew and Gentile would call on the name of Yahweh through Jesus Christ God's mediator would be saved from all of their tribulations in life.
That was his main point period.