Frankly, I don't think God cares one way or the other about homosexual activity. He doesn't even care whether we love one another or we destroy one another. But Jesus did walk the earth to bring the message that man is better off when he loves fellow man and the world around him.<quoted text>it may well be. but the problem is that God was not clear on it and the scenarios that i put forth have just as much validity based on what God has told us. probably more so than your insistence on the homosexual interpretation that you embrace. however you just seem to have stated that God was not angry with homosexual activity.
I also don't think your Bible has any more to do with God than Homer's Ulysses. I only try to point out that there are very different readings than the ones you insist on, as there are in any profound literature. And I try to point out some of the history and subtleties that most people seem to miss.