Jesus took a stand for what was right. He did not use the sword rather he taught with authority. He did not teach RETALIATION rather he taught God's love and forgiveness, abolished "eye for eye and tooth for tooth" and taught us to love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us.
Yet that love is conditional upon believing. A loving God would not condemn people to hell for eternity for lack of belief. Did you forget the verse which contradicts your claim. Mathew 8, 10, Mathew 15. Killing children, hell, unbelievers, so very loving clearing the temple. Yup that is right
He taught his followers to treat others as they wish themselves to be treated. He did not discriminate against anyone be it male or female and we see this in the way he dealt with the Samaritan woman at the well even when Jews and Samaritans had no dealings with each other.
Jews did have dealings with the Samaritans due to political, economic and military factors. More so you are repeating Aaronite myths constructed post-exile which only have a basis in scripture not archaeology.
His disciples were surprised to see him even talking to a Samaritan woman! He treated this woman with dignity. When they bought an adulteress to him he did not condemn her. Rather he told her to go and sin no more.
His message included both genders. He did not place any of those restrictions on women or saw them deficient in intelligence or religion like Mohammed did.
Yet he had few female followers, nothing changed in regions in which Jude-Christians nor Gentile Christians grew. The women that follow him within the inner circle are related to him whereas the majority of the men are not at all. You confuse spiritual equality with social equality which Paul only hammers home. There is no evidence that such an egalitarian order was even intended. There was no change in the social order only in purity which is holiness not social. All you are doing is repeating feminists myth support by anachronism and idealist fallacies.
His message was of tolerance and universal love. He sat amongst tax collectors and sinners because he saw their heart condition and they sensed the needed to hear his msg unlike the self-righteous pharisees who felt they were better than everyone else.
No it wasn't about social justice or equality. The Messiah is King, the King decides who to admit to the Kingdom or not. The Kingdom is that which is to come in the Messianic age. Jesus is the King of the Kingdom of God. The Pharisees were demanding not only a judgement of who was admitted to the Kingdom beforehand but from their point of view only which is telling the King what to do more or less. More so the Pharisees were still attempting to maintain their possessions by only giving a tithing, which is not even theirs to give freely, as if it was their own possessions. Their is also the undercurrent that this was not normal meals but celebrations as rich people were joining the group bring all of their wealth into the group.
Read the parables before and after this event. You didn't understand it at all.
What is noteworthy is that Jesus saw it not fit to kill anyone. He taught respect for human life and even humbled himself to the point where he washed the feet of his disciples.. That is remarkable humility. Show me that kind of humility in the Qur'an. In fact, just show me any verse that talks about love for enemies.. Yes I have read the NT Bogart.. I do not belong to any religion but I opened my mind to search for the answers to the questions I have.
Killing disorient children is seeing someone fit to kill and for a horrible reason. Washing someones feet does not mean someone is actually humble especially when when that person has a messiah complex which is not so humble.
Jesus is God of the OT. The OT has plenty of violence within it for horrible reasons. The NT merely echo's this and can not absolve Jesus of anything.
You sound like an apologetic Christian and everything you have posted leads me to the conclusion you are a Christian.