I find your response to be a bit puzzling.
“I’m not insulted though you imply my Faith is not the true faith .”
First, are you the author of the article? My criticism was against the author’s article, not you personally. More importantly, I did not imply your faith was not the true faith; just that it wasn’t the only true faith. Again, I understand you feel yours is the true faith for you. When you feel yours is the true faith for me, while that is one of the requirements for your faith, it is insulting to me. That was the whole point; you asked how was the article insulting to Jews. I tried to explain. Did I succeed? Do you now understand how it’s insulting to Jews?
Note that I’m not saying you should stop believing or saying these things; nor that insulting others is your goal; I just hope that you now understand that others might become offended and that from their point of view that feeling is justified.
If I have failed to make you understand, I apologize for wasting your time.
These are factual assertions; they are objectively either true or false.
If they are false, any faith which asserts them is a false faith.
If they are true, any faith which denies them is a false faith.
To assert that Jesus of Nazareth IS NOT God and IS NOT the Messiah promised by the Prophets is absolutely and identically to assert that Christianity is a false faith. (False by way of asserting falsehood.)
To assert that Jesus of Nazareth IS God and IS the Messiah promised by the Prophets is absolutely and identically to assert that Judaism is a false faith. (False by way of denying particular truths.)
To assert that Jesus of Nazareth both IS and IS NOT God, or both IS and IS NOT the Messiah promised by the Prophets is insane, incoherent, contradictory absurdity.