Ask yourself: This Command We must read them in context. Suetonius records that Gaius was stabbed through the genitals when he was murdered. Christians should affirm that these passages are as much "God-breathed" as the Gospels and, thus, as authoritative as anything Jesus said. Arsenokoites is rarely, if ever, used in antiquity, to describe homosexuality.
It's about gross misuse of power, Roman elitist overindulgence, and misguided over-sexualized spirituality.
It simply imposed regulations on a widespread economic institution, both limiting the circumstances under which slavery was practiced and setting boundaries for the way slaves were to be treated. To this we would add the crucial observation that, here as elsewhere in the Christian life, the example and commandment of Christ places us under obligation to proclaim both God's truth and His redemptive grace. This gets to the question about coming to see a Levitical priest when you have a boil.
The Bible's consistent teaching on human sexuality, in the Old and New Testaments, boils down to this: