>While it's modern form isn't as true to the original religion as it was in the past, depending on which denomination you look at, there's really not much of a difference.
They can't be true to the religion of Moses as it centered around the tabernacle and the earthly temple, which was destroyed as it was superseded by the heavenly temple of the body of Christ.
>You could even say they've gone full circle seeing as many modern Jews now believe Jesus was a wise rabbi instead of some random sorcerer.
That's great, but even demons confessed that Jesus is Lord.
>Keep in mind, the Pharisees main sin aside from hating Jesus was their pride and hyper legalization, their hatred of Jesus being a side effect of His criticism toward those two.
And those are still to this day the centerpieces of the Pharisaic faith, Jewish exceptionalism, nationalism, and rabbinical legal tradition. There is nothing good in their religion so long as it denies Jesus as Lord and Savior, and they are damned in doing so in the way that all humanity is which denies Jesus as Lord.
The State of Israel itself decrees in law that Jews that accept Jesus are categorically not Jews, no matter their ethnic origin. As Jesus said however in Matthew 10:37-38, "He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me; and he who loves son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who does not take his cross and follow after Me is not worthy of Me." This is the dilemma that modern Jews face, for accepting Christ is to disown their heritage, the one which has been shaped by their Christ-shunning forebears, whose keepers will disown them as an apostate and gentile and a disgrace to family and friends. Is social suicide worth converting? The Lord continues in Matthew 10:39: "He who has found his life will lose it, and he who has lost his life for My sake will find it." Those who remain Jews, that is, the vast majority of self-identifying Jews, cannot dare this.
Those who are non-observant however, may as well be considered agnostics or atheists, and are often zealous secularists who take exception at expressions of the Christian faith to such a degree that their anti-Christian forebears would probably be proud of their chutzpah despite their disdain of their own traditions. Those who are not, just as they did not carry their Jewish beliefs with any conviction, will not convert to Christianity with any conviction and will simply join a liberal church. Judaism needs a new Paul, an ardent opponent turned to an ardent proponent with the same canny spirit, before it is willing to turn to Christ, if such a figure may come before the last days.