What Jews? The Jews for Jesus? Jews consider Jesus to be a heretic, which he was, and just the most popular of a bunch of messianic cult leaders who lived at the same approximate time.
Oh, and when his friend dies after confessing his love of Christ, Kuo fails to comment on the weirdness of a God who would see one of his children come to spiritual enlightenment and then immediately say "Alright, you're dead." Maybe this book is not the place for that, but if Kuo is going to slip in little comments like "I failed to recognize that he had gone to a better place" (According to Christian theology you get eternity in heaven. So getting there a few years early makes literally no difference. You only get one life on Earth. So by cutting that one short you miss out on all the awesome Earth stuff, like sex and rock and roll, that they don't have in heaven. Maybe that doesn't matter to Jesus, but I bet it would to Kuo's friend. You know, if he weren't dead, and thus consigned to oblivion.)
The constant barrage of bad logic and uninteresting prose makes it a difficult book to get through. The religiosity makes my skin crawl. I really wanted to read this book so I can understand the mindset of someone who appears to be a good person but got sucked in to an evil conspiracy. Now it turns out the deciding factor may not have been seduction at all, but rather that he just wasn't that smart.