Love is the bottom line, at least for me. You did not answer the second question, btw. You are stuck on the fact that I might not have the exact words and are refusing to look at what those words actually are telling us.
As for the inquisition - if they twisted Jesus words, well, then they didn't follow what they twisted those words into, now did they? Neither did the catholic church, or those who are responsible for the crusades, or anything that brought harm to one's neighbor or enemy. Jesus never sanctioned execution. Jesus never sanctioned killing in his name. Not for heretics or witchcraft or anything that had been done according to the OT.
Jesus said to judge NOT.
And yet--amazingly--the very people he hung around with and spoke to every day really had little clue what he was talking about!!
This is an assumption on your part.
What are the odds anybody remembered Jesus' EXACT WORDS three hundred years later (when scriptures began to be written down.)
EXACT words? Odds are that we don't have the EXACT words of all he spoke. But his message? I think the odds are good on that. And we do have a great many manuscripts that are similar and that do not change the meaning of those words in any significant way - or the message of love that is inherent in each of the gospels and letters - whichever translation we use.