Ave Şîn: What a busha v'herpa! You quote only selected passages and leave out the psak! The Torah declares that homsexual relations incur the death penalty (when there are witnesses and warnings, of course). When the Torah states that some act is a capital offense, only an absolute heretic would dare say that it is "no sin".
Benny Attar: There is at least one country which enacts the death penalty for homosexual relations.
Ave Şîn Avi: Rounds Anything that carries the death penalty is at minimum a sin and at maximum....... Toeva is from the root l'ta'ev - to despise. The accurate translation is despicable.
Ave Şîn: Benny Attar In the past as well, a court would only enforce the death penalty when there were 2 witnesses who warned the person and he stated he would do it nevertheless. So, we almost never actually had such a situation. Yet, the warning of the severity of capital offences of all sorts was enough to keep people considerate in public of the standards the Bible set. In private, the accounting is between God and man alone.