God has three kinds of laws in the Bible.

First, are civil laws. These were specifically given for culture, which included everything from murder to restitution and dietary restrictions.

The second, are ceremonial laws. This literally stands for the customs of a nation. These would have included sacrifices of perfectly good animals, a d rejection of good food sources such as pork and rabbits. These laws we’re specific for the Jewish people.

Third, are God’s moral laws. They relate to justice and judgment. They are based on God’s own Holy nature. Such as, these ordinates are Holy, just and unchanging.

Moral laws encompass regulations on justice, respect, and sexual conduct. All people will be held accountable to these laws.

1 Corinthians 6:9-11 deals with God’s moral law. Saying that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God. This includes: fornicators, idolatry, adulterers, effeminate, ( transgenders) homosexuals, thieves, covetors, drunkards, revealed (gossiping), or extortioners. But, the good news is in verse 11 you can be sanctified and justified.

Just because someone believes in the Bible, that does not make them haters, homophobic or heretics. It just made a person who believes God’s word.