I do believe in God. But I come from a different frame of reference as you. hence all these posts.<quoted text>
People believe different things.
I posted "What Jews believe" including belief in god but you don't per se.
Christians also have "rules" but people believe what they believe. or not.
Some choose to take it all only as allegory, for example.
It seems you want to say the Christians are all robotic followers while Jews are thoughtful, thinking types. Christians also have free will.
Belief in some form is part of any religion or why bother with it? How about "I believe it brings me closer to humanity..."
Didnt mean to typologize Christians. I understand there are differences, and I even have posted nondual Christian links in the past. But there are some important differences in the two religions that go beyond belief. That involve the social, i.e. the tribal covenant. AS well as priorities. These deeply affect the frame of reference, and therefore the definitions.