I agree. That's the philosophy my entire Church and I push.
It's hard to define rules and punishments from a book written two thousand years ago specifically designed for a civilization that lived over two thousand years ago.
We must learn to adapt. But we must also keep our morals straight.
Hmm, how about "Homophobes learn the error of their ways by the will of the Goddess and thus see the beauty of accepting everything and everyone"?
There is more satisfaction that showing people they were wrong than killing them.
Besides, harming them won't make us any better. We must learn to rise above these things.
Hmm couldn't find anything definitive, but I didn't look very hard
Phobias are learned behaviour (I think) so maybe it is?
If that's the case I don't think pointing out how wrong they are will work, as phobias aren't quite rational.