I am in a bit of a pickle, here.
If I am not mistaken, and if the explanations I have been given by your fellow Christians is correct, the New Testament in your holy book is the part that commands your actions as a person of Christ, right?
Something about Jesus' having come to this world erased all of our sins? And because of that, we are to abide by his teachings? Someone please give me the whole story, here, and I will correct this last statement.
Anyway. If homosexuality is one of the many behaviors condemned by the Old Testament, right along with cutting one's hair, shaving, wearing clothes of mixed fabrics (you probably know this better than I do), why is this one singled out?
How do you know which parts of the bible you follow and believe? Is it blind faith in your minister's translation? Is there a hidden message in the New Testament that states gays are still to be persecuted? Or is it that you love the power it gives you over others?
Hey, I just realized my siggy looks like the gay flag/rainbow. LOL
LOVE THY NEIGHBOR.