The Greek word used by Paul had only one meaning at the time he wrote his letter:
rapists of young boys. Raping young boys is a cruel act; a grotesque violation of benevolence. But modern Bibles rewrote the verse as a condemnation of "homosexuals" (not "rapists of young boys"). They rewrote a grotesque violation of benevolence as a violation of a religious sexual taboo instead.
The original Greek New Testament only excluded one group of people from God's Kingdom: those lacking benevolence. The Golden Rule BibleTM restores this most fundamental teaching. For more information: click here.