Now most people would consider this message a message of hate, or homophobic. Clearly it is not. As Mr. Pearl states, the Bible calls us to respond to those who choose to live this way with respect and compassion and convey to them, in a loving way, that the way they are living is sinful.
This is the way God wants Christians to treat anyone who is guilty of sin, and is not repentant of it. To Mr. Pearl's point, we should judge people as we would want to be judged. Specifically, if I am living in a way that is contrary to how God wants me to be living I would hope that a fellow Christian would confront me, in love, and call me to repent. Sometimes it takes a view from outside of ones self to see something that may be destructive. And it can take a tremendous amount of courage for a brother or sister in Christ to confront a fellow believer. It takes even more courage to confront a non-Christian, especially considering the possible backlash that may ensue.
To another point that I may expound on later. Just because someone expresses a viewpoint that is contrary to an accepted social norm, it does not mean that person hates a person, or a group of people. They are merely expressing another point of view.