Christians often point to their vast numbers to imply they are right. They never point out the majority of Jews at the time of Jesus did not think he was the one the Bible predicted.
The link explains reasons Jews still do not think he was the guy. The writer’s summary is brief, but his list is noteworthy.
What the Jews anticipated was someone who would free them from the Romans. They had specific ideas about how the chosen one would conduct and present himself and what his demeanor would be like. Jesus struck out on all these counts.
Then, there was this thorny issue of the Jewish laws. Jesus said believers should follow them. It didn’t happen. Christians have had 2,000 years to prove to the Jews Jesus was the one and they have not succeeded.
That the majority of Jews did not agree Jesus was the one prophesied raises and interesting question about what is called, “the second coming.” If the society has disagreed for 2,000 on who or what Jesus was, why would we think the second coming will be any different?
Suppose someone claims the second coming has happened but there is deep disagreement over whether or not this is true. How will it be resolved? Will there be a vote? Will we look to famous Christians like Pat Robertson to tell us? Will African Christians and North American Christians agree?
To me, results of the first coming do not bode well for the second.