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"For anyone longing to hear the voice of God, the book market has a growing reply: You can. And you need not confine yourself to classic scriptures that constantly are reprinted. Scholars and industry observers say readers have unmatched access today to books claiming to be divine revelation—that is,

God's own words. Some in recent years sparked sensations. Conversations with God, by Neal Walsch (Putnam, 1999), and The Celestine Prophecy, by James Redfield (Warner Books, 1997), reached best-seller lists, begot sequels, and spawned followings who saw the authors as prophets. . . .

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