Look, as I have stated several times, my concern has to do with the fact that you've taken Biblical passages completely out of context to interpret them in a way that supports your view. The "Christians" you rail against for causing incredible harm throughout history while claiming to be doing things in the name of God, love, mercy, Jesus, unity, or "The Church" all did the same thing. They found a passage or passages in the Bible, did not pay attention to the proper meaning given to them by the context (of the verses/chapters that came before or after, by the whole book, by the culture of the author/original audience, or by the other books of the Bible), and used them to give legitimacy to their beliefs and the actions they took as a result of those beliefs.
I urge you to re-read the passages you claim support your view, read the articles I posted which thoroughly examine those passages. Maybe you need to look to the writings of other religions to find in-context support for your view. I believe your view most reflects Buddhism. I encourage you to look into that. There are some Buddhists here on UM who may provide guidance to the texts that contextually support your belief.