I agree with this, as I’ve always wondered how Jewish theology interpreted “the Fall” of the world. Since this theology doesn’t assert that man is fallen, what significance does this event have on their foundation of thought? I’m not sure how that all works. I also wanted to address the liberal Christian/Jew comment. I have weird feelings about being inclusive, and I think it depends on the church’s actions whether this inclusivity can be good or harmful. While it is Christlike and expected to include and accept everyone, I think that promoting/advertising about that inclusivity can make people confused about the church’s stance on certain issues.