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Hallucination or Revelation?

God: An Autobiography. By Jerry L. Martin.

Caladium Publishing Co., Doylestown PA, 2016.

ISBN 978-0-9967253-1-6. 287 pages, $9.99 kindle.

Jerry Martin was raised as a Christian but had been an agnostic ever since college. Then one day God spoke to him.

He was in the throes of new love with the woman who is now his second wife, and he was so ecstatically happy he suddenly felt the need to give thanks in prayer. When he prayed for the third time and asked for guidance, a fountain appeared. Then a voice spoke. It sounded like his own voice. His wife was sitting next to him at the time, but she heard nothing and saw nothing. In other words, he experienced visual and auditory hallucinations.

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