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Bible. Four authorships united to create the first five books of the Bible, namely source J, E, D, and P. The first redaction consisted of sources JE, the second redaction combined JED, and the third redaction combined JEDP. Saint Jerome prepared the foundational translations known as the Latin Vulgate (Vg.) about ad 400.

—— Torah, the Law.
1000 bc. J, Yahwehist, the Judean source.
800 bc. E, Elohist source; the north Israelite source.

—— Genesis.
622 bc. D, Deuteronomic source; the torah promulgated by King Josiah.
600 bc. P, Priestly source, about the time of the Babylonian exile. This source tended to prohibit more actions than Deuteronomy.

—— Leviticus.

—— Deuteronomy.

—— Nebi’im, the Prophets.
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2 Samuel.
1 Kings. 3 Regum.

—— Ketubim, the Writings.
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1948 Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company. Among the many revelations in this study was the observation that some 38% of all men have had homoerotic experiences, and that some 13% of the male population is primarily homosexual. The work became central to sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s.

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