I believe it to have been inspired by God but whether it was "merely" inspired by God or was even more definitively directed, does that make you and your ilk free to change it to coincide with your freaky predelictions?
You are, by your claim, supposed to be a lawyer. I have a number of close friends who are lawyers. Most of these are very smart men and women. They are able to analyze a problem and reduce it to the main points, logically and without undue emotion. They are all very passionate about their work. A few are workaholics and obsess to the point of a near sickness about their work, their clients and their opponents, to make sure that they are doing their jobs. There are a few others who are not so scrupulous and I am not hesitant to keep those at a proper distance, not being uncivil to them. But, they toe the mark around me or I limit conversation.
Not one of these is apparently afraid to educate him or herself about an issue that is important to their understanding.
Why, George? I can't figure out why you won't do this. Why won't you take time out to read professional material about what is believed to be the cause and origin of various human sexual expressions, particularly genetically intersexed and same-sex orientations?
You say "ilk" and "freaky predilections." Your characterizations indicate an obvious unwillingness to get to the heart of the matter and an avoidance for reading up on the most modern research.
Neither Middleway nor I am anything other than plain old heterosexuals. But, we both have done our homework and have come to the same basic conclusions. These people that you call "ilk" and having "freaky predilections" are simply your average everyday human beings and Children of God.
That is how Jesus viewed them. That is how He told us to view them.