You clearly have not studied available material on the evolution of Judaic beliefs relative to before and after captivity in Babylon . Denying history only shows ignorance.
The only B.S. here is your manufactured make believe religious beliefs.
It seems you have flushed your religious objectivity down the crapper long ago.
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You can exceed your societal programmed religious beliefs. You can.
Obviously you are passionate about your reasons for disbelief in the God of Israel and His active involvement in the affairs of mankind.
This is where we part company relative to any discussion about the existence of God, which is the crux of the matter.
To be honest, I'm not certain what it is I can say to change your mind. It seems your mind is steeped in that which informs you to the contrary of the truth of the information contained in the Bible.
The bottom line is, is that you try to give the impression that you think you know something more about the things that inform you contrary to the biblical narrative, and that I am unaware.
What you fail to comprehend is that while the majority of Jews living in the era of which you refer to were basically apostate with regards to the law of Moses, ergo their captivity, there remained a remnant that clung to the truth, and didn't follow after Zoroaster or any other false religions the permeated the region of the Middle East, of which there were many.
While what you may believe about the influence of Zoroaster, or any other religious practices of any others on the general population of the Jews over the course of history may have a basis in reality, the fact remains that the Jews have maintained their faith in the one true God down to this very day.
You're merely on a tangent, meandering through irrelevant information not in keeping with the true course of history relative to the nation of Israel and God's chosen people.