If the miracles were so evident, I don’t see how the Jews could refuse to accept Christianity?

The Catholic Answers

Many a man knows what he ought to do, but to do it is another thing altogether. The Jews could not honestly deny that Christ was of God, and that His religious teaching should be accepted. Some did accept it; others did not. Even God would not compel these to accept the true religion, and Christ warned them of the guilt in their bad will when He said, “He who does not believe shall be condemned.”