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He said it, but he didn't enforce it. Because God gave people free will. What would be the point of giving people a choice between Heaven and Hell if God expected His people to force others to follow one path or the other?

Just one quick tip: If you're trying to get people to come your way, it's typically a bad idea to try and force them because they will resist.

I said in a previous post:

There's a line between restricting your child from actions and telling them of the negative effects to be wrought from them. Restricting them usually means rebellion. Jesus was more respectful, more understanding, more loving than today's Christians.

Today's Christians would have homosexuals locked in a cage from the rest of the world if they could, but is that justice? Is that moral? Is that Christian?