In the NT we read that Jesus was executed by his own, despite having demonstrated astonishing miracles and events. People, leaders knew of these miracles, were aware of them yet despite that, despite seeing these and hearing testimony from witnesses they did not accept his authority, they saw to it that he was executed, he was rejected, unwelcome, unwanted, despised, loathed, tortured. So right there is proof that God showing himself does not yield goodness from us, is not sufficient to change our minds, our minds are already dead set against God, his appearing will not change us, not change our selfish attitudes. Jesus revealed information to the Jewish establishment, he told them he had been sent to them with astonishing, important knowledge and showed visual, sensory proof that should (if your analysis is correct) have convinced them but it did not, without force God would be ignored, hated, rejected as much today as he was back then. People do not want to change, do not want to admit error, do not want to be told what to do, do not want to subjugate themselves to another, even to God.