Your condemnation, using scripture, doesn’t mention the fact that there are millions of individuals on the earth today who have 100% proof that they were born as transexuals. They have external genitals or internal organs that are opposite of their body presentation. This is very well documented. It is an absolute, and the two biblical authors, Moses and Paul, had no knowledge or understanding of these FACTS, are the very ones you now quote, even though they still believed in a flat earth and that the sun revolved around our earth, and a ton of other non-scientific facts that we know are simply wrong. I have tried to point this out on this site numerous times. I guess you probably don’t want to acknowledge that this exists.
This gives you and every other holier-than-thou reader of this, one of two options. You get to choose whether God would punish someone for how they were born into this world, or you can accept that there are people who, are simply living with the realities they were born with. You don’t get the option to decide whether they are loved and accepted by God. That is only up to Him. You can condemn them at your own pearl, but in doing so, you bring judgment on yourself. And yes, the vast majority of the LGBTQ community do not have physical aspects of their being that prove they were born this way, this is true. But when you have millions of people who are born, unquestionably, with physical characteristics that prove beyond any doubt that they were born this way. Any thinking person would be able to extrapolate that the human brain, the most complex organ in the body, could also be effected by anomalies which define what gender a person truly is or what gender they would be attracted to. Just because medical science has not yet been able to determine what causes these characteristics, does not, in anyway, negate the fact that they exist. This is the reason God told you that judging is above your paygrade. Maybe, someday science will confirm why some people, without physically defined characteristics, are born this way, but it was painfully obvious that Moses and Paul didn’t have any knowledge of the realities of this. Like so many other Levitical admonitions that have been abandoned by everyone except very orthodox Jews, the sexual prohibitions in Levitical law probably make as much sense as a man wearing their sideburns down to their shoulders or the wearing of clothing with two different types of yarn or your being condemned to the fires of hell because of the pigskin wallet your carrying around in your pocket. Please look at timteichman’s list of ridiculous things which are all found in scripture. Like he said, he only touched on a few. Remember, Paul described himself as a Jew’s Jew. He was a pharisee with very strict Levitical understandings. He interjected his own personal views in a number of places in his letters, he even said so in several places, and the fact that these letters were written by him for specific churches he had established, may point out that he wrote them, not necessarily, to become cannon law, but letters, which is what they were. Jesus never speaks about the LGBTQ community even though He had to have encountered many of them in his ministry. He even spoke of the eunuchs who were “born this way”. And said that they would be in the kingdom. But in all cases, in every instance, we are admonished not to judge. That is a sin and it may be connected to the original sin, which was pride. Perhaps, pride is our thinking we know better, are better, or wiser, or even that we should “play God”. Leave that to God and simply do what He told us. Love one another. And let God do what only He can do.