I'm easily persuaded, but rather than confirming what you've said I was only repeating what you said, but I don't like Replacement theology either. Despite your not believing in physical resurrection or in reincarnation, Judaism doesn't appear to 'Not believe' in them. It seems more pensive about it. That is why its so easy to have a belief in it.
Scratch the words "One day God decided." Emphasis upon the progressive revelation. It still seems to me that Judaism entertains the idea of some kind of beyond experience (even if it stops short of suggesting it). That is why I quoted to you from This Is My God.
You do know that the true crucifixion wasnt what you see in movies but rather a union thing death of the sin not the sinner. Its the union of body with spirit and spirit soul. The ultimate union is marriage with ones own opposite which is infinite life and completeness which is prophecy fulfiillment not only for human beings but angelic ones as well.