Wow, that is disturbing. I don’t think this is what most jews believe, is it?
Some of the more hard line religious Jews might believe it.
The hard part: how would you try to convince a jew that Mary was a virgin, that Jesus arose from the dead and is now in Heaven? Even harder, the Holly Trinity?
I’d start with the resurrection of Jesus, that’s fundamental and it’s what the Christian faith is founded on. The historical support for it is very strong. I was just discussing this with an atheist in another thread actually. If you can at least have someone acknowledge that there is something going for the resurrection, that’s when you can move on from there to the actual theology of Christianity. If you need me to, I can link you to the massive amount of scholarly work on the resurrection. Keep in mind this isn’t just “apologetics”, this is from the actual field of study relating to the “historical Jesus” which includes scholars on all areas of the spectrum including non-believing scholars.
Also, keep in mind that Christianity is a much more universal religion, able to step outside itself and look at things from a grander point view, whereas Rabbinical Judaism is not and is very much within itself and only able to see things on surface level. But, it must also be kept in mind that, while Christianity and Rabbinical Judaism have a very different out look on things, we come from the same tradition. Our roots are inseparably tied. Both of our religions are the direct successors to ancient Judaism, they are both our spiritual ancestors. No other two religions are this closely tied to each other in such a way. Rabbinical Judaism is a reinterpretation of the Pharisaic Jewish sect from the Second Temple period, while Christianity is a grander continuation of the religious Second Temple Jewish sect that Jesus started.