That was before the resurrection. Afterwards?
Sell your cloak and buy a sword. Anyway, it is not up to me or you to decide what Scripture says or doesn’t say; hence the need for the Tradition of the Church:
Exsurge Domine explicitly condemns as error the idea that burning heretics is against the will of the Spirit. While this does not command the burning of heretics (a position I never took nor even implied) it does allow for it. We cannot say that executing heretics is intrinsically evil, for the Church herself has spoken and declared it at least theoretically licit.
So the “Catholic position” is that burning heretics is at least theoretically licit. It comes down to prudence. Should this particular heretic be executed? Is this particular State threatened by this particular heresy or blasphemy? Is death the only available solution or the best available solution?
My position is simple: there is no right to blaspheme or spread error and there cannot be. Any state which allows for these under the guise of “liberty” is in terrible error.