Yes, the tolerance of homosexuality offends God, since the Holy Bible requires Christians to be intolerance of homosexuality. This is very clear in Romans 1.
Acceptance of the rights of homosexuals to be homosexuals is opposed by the Holy Bible.
Every evangelical Christian who tolerates homosexuality in priniciple in society are sinning against God, because sinning is opposing what God wants in society.
When Adam and Eve ate the “forbidden fruit”, they sinned, because God did not want them to.
To say that tolerating homosexuality is NOT sin is to be an unrepentant sinner, which means that you will go to eternal damnation in Hell, because you are refusing to repent (which is defined as turning away from sin to God!).
Many evangelical Christians in the United States of America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and other countries will go to eternal damnation in Hell, because they refuse to repent of their sin of tolerating homosexuality.
It is the very tolerance of homosexuality among so-called evangelical Christians that is proliferating homosexuality in society.
In other words, God blames evangelical Christian toleration of homosexuality for proliferation of homosexuality in America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and other countries. These evangelical Christians will go to eternal damnation in Hell.
Loving gay people is sin because loving gay people is worse than tolerating gay people. God requires Christians to hate gay people and to ostracize them from society and arrest them by national laws that illegalize homosexuality.
Every evangelical Christian pastor who preaches that Christians should love gay people will go to eternal damnation in Hell because they stand directly against the Holy Bible, which is the Will of God!
Homosexuality is growing like wildfire among evanegelical churches because there are evangelical Christian pastors who have gone away from the Holy Bible, which requires hatred of homosexuals and pushing for Capital Punishment for all homosexuals enforced by national and state laws.