What's your problem exactly?
What is the difference between grace and law? Why is it not cool to run around killing people? As Deutoronomy clearly states, if said people have turned from God, the scripture commands you to kill them!
If your hang-up is it's an old testament thing and you're a new testemant guy, how do you reconcile the fact that the entire concept of sin (clearly what you are now situating your allegedly objective morality upon) rests on a premise established as truth in Genesis 3 - which is in the old testament?
I was referring to the law, not the rest of the old testament, genesis, exodus (except 21:7, I am referring to the history aspect), and the profits are completely credible.
This does not, however, mean that it is not wrong, it is wrong, I will even cite religions where it is wrong
Here are the ones where it is considered ok
Roman paganism- the Romans cooked women alive by the way
Taoism- they believe that there is no right or wrong
Hinduism- By the way, India is where this the Aryan race nonsense and the cast system
Well, if you're talking about grace and not law, and grace is a delayed judgement (obviously because it is a judgement reserved for god and not you) what business do you think you have arguing that homosexuals should not be allowed to be perverts here and now?
"Or, who am I to judge, or that's just their way of doing things, this is how you get the genocides in Hong Kong Syria"
So let’s see here. You are arguing that gay people should not be allowed to be perverts, but your religious convictions prevent you from punishing them for it.
Looks like you are stuck. Catch 22.
That is, unless you were expecting somebody else to execute the punishment of these people should they not, as you say, clean up their acts. But of course that is completely illogical because anyone willing to punish them are not acting (by your own admission) in a Christian manner, which means you’d be actively supporting the un-Christian behavior of others. You would literally be supporting sinners punishing other sinners for (wait for it...) sinning!
Now that is an example of logic.
I don't think you've really thought this through, and you haven't spent any time during this debate actually making a case for your argument. I do know this - either you're stuck at a dead end because your religious principles will allow you to judge but not to punish these gay perverts, or you're a hypocrite who wants to employ some third party to carry out the punishment for you so you can appear pious in the face of man. But since you know God knows what's up, you would only do this if you thought God wanted you to.
Who knows, maybe you had never even thought about that.