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(7.) Jacob Neusner notes this important distinction when he writes, "The primary mark of Pharisaic commitment was the observance of the laws of ritual purity outside of the Temple, where everyone kept them." Jacob Neusner, "Pharisaic Law in New Testament Times," USQR 26, no.
See David Bartlett, "A Biblical Perspective on Homosexuality," Foundations 20 (1977): 142; Gerald Sheppard, "The Use of Scripture within the Christian Ethical Debate concerning Same-Sex Oriented Persons," USQR 40 (1985): 19, 30-31; and Walter Wink, "Homosexuality and the Bible," in Homosexuality and Christian Faith, ed.