It puzzles me how self-professed libertarians can simultaneously subscribe to the Christian faith (or any faith for that matter). How do they reconcile their belief in non-aggression, or at least in the general absence of coercion, with the text of Leviticus, particularly with Leviticus 20? The passage is rife with injunctions from God that require the Israelites to kill those who commit adultery or engage in homosexual behaviour. Now neither appeals to me, but that these activities should solicit capital punishment makes very little sense to me. Would killing these individuals not qualify as a violation of the non-aggression principle? Don't ask me to consider the context; why are these requisitions in their holy book and how do they reconcile their libertarianism?
There are, to be sure, more passages within the Bible, in both the OT and the NT, that seem to be equivalently specious but I'll leave it at that.