I have read this, thanks to him, because I wouldn't normally have happened upon such material. I can sum up my feelings in the following way:
To my mind, people who are homosexual were born homosexual as I was born with gorgeous brown eyes and a cheeky smile. Knocking someone for their gayness is, perhaps, not unlike certain twentieth century people taking against those with brown eyes and let us say, for sake of example, slightly Jewish looks which they were born with. I was also born with a propensity to poor hearing and I am no good at sport. If someone is born gay, and if the scriptures have any value (maybe citing, perhaps Psalm 139), how can Father Khurt assert the things he asserts. At what point did we stop preaching grace, and love, and all that slightly inconvenient "God is Love plc" stuff? I am guessing that Father Khurt regards deafness as a sin or blindness, or alopecia.
Just saying. I can defend my argument from Scripture too.