I'm paraphrasing the bible. It's malleable, remember?
People who use the Bible to make people to do what Christ would not do, are perverting scripture. That is not saying the same thing, using different words. There is no variance in Jesus. A pedophilia person is not a pervert. The person saying that to a person is perverting the word pervert. God does not pervert justice. That has to do with what a person says. Do you see what I am saying? Judge means one of two things. Condemning or not condemning. You need to know the context in which the word is used. Jesus judged rightly condeming no one when he praised the centurion and Nathaniel. Jesus did that because he had blood in him, like we have blood in us. You need to look at the entier picture. The other judging which is condeming is a thing we should not do, but have done for centuries. How a person looks on scripture depends on he unseen spirit that is in the mind of a person. Satan makes hell to be a place of torment. That beings mind is tormented day and night regarding what that being did, losing his place as covering cherub, called lucifer. That being will be burned up on the last day. They that have that being in their mind will think like that being. Jesus in your mind will not think torment. Hell is where the dead are. They are waiting for the resurrection unto life, eternal or death eternal. jesus says this: They are asleep. It is a dreamless sleep. The bible only seems to be malleable. People chose life, or people choose death. They that call death giving sweet, will not get life eternal.
Love one another, even as God loves us, can be paraphrased to mean, hate your neighbour killing them, using any excuse? That is what people do. Wouldn't that be perverting scripture, rather than saying the same thing, using different words. Eternal suffering and thou shalt not surly die, that Satan said, is saying the same thing. Satan talking through the church. Can you see that? The same thing is spoken when the bible says don't work ill to your neighbour, and don't speak evil of one another.