1.I have no god.<quoted text>
Never equate kindness with being evil or un-G-dly. Your messiah and god was asked to name the greatest commandments. After the Sh'ma he said, "And the second is like it:‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’" Then he said, "All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”
Therefore, before all other commandments after the Sh'ma, kindness is the next. Because that is to love your neighbor as yourself.
2.Your "god" is actually your Maker and Messiah but you are too DECEIVED and STUPID to know it.
3. It is UNKIND and EVIL to tell anyone, including your enemy, that his wrong is acceptable to God. Homosexuality is wrong.
4. Do you really understand your own words? Explain them and in particular these. "Never equate kindness with being evil"
Help: Is breaking God's laws EVIL or kindness, rabbi?