All the high-minded theological talk about the necessity to convert / not convert the jews always seems to trade on an oddly out of date image of a jew. Very 'Fiddler on the Roof'.
You tell me that there's no need to convert the practicing orthodox with the big crazy beard and interesting rules about men and women riding the same bus, and fine, I'll at least hear you out. But pick out the orthodox, practicing, believing jews, and you're not picking out the lion's share. Tell me 'no, no, this means Jon Stewart too' and I'll laugh at you, and everyone else should too. The most tenable position for theologians to take would be a position that modern, politically motivated jews would reject furiously.