There's a reason that there's an uptick in Christians claiming Yom Kippur is a Christian holiday, and it's not just "white people gonna white people," and it's not just "Christians make everything about them."
But it's not just evangelicals doing it, and it's not just white people.
Other gentiles could safely be shunted to the "ignorant--we'll bring them to the light eventually" category.
So, the only option there is malice, or sheer stubbornness.
Never mind that in Jesus's time, Jewish civilization was already moving to a decentralized synagogue model.
They needed us to need a Temple, which God destroyed, so it could be replaced with Christianity.
If we can all get together as a community and atone for sins we've committed, Jesus is sort of irrelevant.
So they were comfy talking about Passover a lot.
If Yom Kippur *works*, you don't need Jesus.
But there's a reason it's suddenly so loud, and there are a lot of *pastors* doing it.
Your theology doesn't need it.
(If it bothers you that we still exist, well, deal.)