Maxima, you cannot declare that you or anybody isn't cherrypicking when you not only do that yourself(you do not follow Leviticus to a T, which is to put people to death, which by the way, is basically what "an abomination unto you" means in that context, for being gay or doing gay acts, if that's what he really meant), but everybody else does.
When it both supports and abolishes slavery in the same book, one must cherrypick which part to follow.
The book requires cherrypicking. And it has human errors throughout translations all the time. It's not a perfect representation of God either. If it was, the book would not contradict itself in any possible way. God cannot contradict himself. It's a human mistake here, as clearly not everybody believes the same thing about what God's will is.
That's the reason why I will tell everyone to follow the general teachings, and not the face value or exact words. Because that leads to terrible things. If you follow the meaning behind the teachings, you'll notice that Leviticus speaks only of Hygiene during the supposed homosexual act, meaning it's just about anal being unsafe, and having nothing to do with homosexuality. That's the full context of it. When one believes that only certain parts of that area matter, they are cherrypicking.
So yes, all in all, we all cherrypick it, and the contradictions proves that God's will is being presented by different people's different
views of what he means. Every has a right to think he might mean something. I'm not disputing that. It was written by humans under the guise they believe that's what God means. I as a Christian fully accept the book is not perfect. And the fact that it cannot be perfect due to clear contradictions(because let's keep in mind that if God was actually wrong, the universe would be undone, wouldn't it? He's a perfect being, remember. He can't make mistakes)
Even better is that Jesus, who is the best one to look towards for the most relevant or "god's will", as he's the best representation of what God means, bar none, made mistakes. Because he's human. God did not write the book, Maxima. Humans did. With humans come errors. That's a fact. The book will never be perfect. It can't be, as I mentioned exactly why. Nobody has ever followed the latest versions perfectly(that is, once it has all "chapters" added to it) because, hey, they can't without being a hypocrite.