Whether you are an experienced or a new paper money collector or dealer, you'll come across a note that you find hard to grade. Maybe you overlooked or went past some important detail. Now you have... More > a detailed but easy to use reference guide that will help you increase your confidence in your note grading.< Less
Holistic medicine has a very special concern - preventing illness and maintaining health. While conventional medicine has a powerful arsenal of weapons to coax the ill body back to health, holistic... More > medicine uses a wider range of therapies which reinforce the body's own defenses to restore balance. Acupuncture and Acupressure have over 4,500 years of recorded healings. This book explains how they work and why, for many kinds of health problems, it is a better healing approach than conventional Western medicine.< Less
The reason collectors are concerned about the grade of a coin is because the grade is a major factor in determining the coin's market value. Here, in a single book, is a complete discussion of the... More > 15 factors that influence a coin's grade, AND the factors that have little or no influence on grade.< Less
In today's society, Jew and non-Jew alike know little about the spectrum of practices and beliefs that are called Judaism.
Few Jews can answer these questions:
What is an Orthodox, a Conservative,... More > a Reform Jew?
Why are there different viewpoints within Judaism?
How did these different viewpoints come about?
Few Christians can answer these questions:
What did Jesus, the Jew, believe?
How did Jesus, the Jew, practice Judaism?
What is the Jewish mindset of the world of 2,000 years ago?
What is the range of today's American or Israeli Jewish mindset?
Anyone wanting to understand the basics of Judaism needs the level of understanding of Judaism that "So Many Gates to the City..." offers. This book makes the foundations of Judaism more understandable and meaningful to the Orthodox, non-Orthodox and non-Jew alike. The most fundamental concepts defining Judaism are made readily understandable, while the divergences that non-Orthodox Jewish movements have taken are made clear.< Less