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Byline: Bernard Fernandez
PHILADELPHIA _ There was no burning bush, no parting of the waters. But Roy Jones Jr., who claims to be on a first-name basis with the Almighty, insists he had an epiphany around the time an increasing number of skeptics had become convinced that he would never reclaim his standing as the sport's best pound-for-pound performer.
Maybe all Jones needed was for a public that had come to expect perpetual dominance from him to finally come to grips with the notion of his fallibility inside the ring. It's difficult to climb back to the top if you have never been to a low place to come back from.
"When God tells me something, sometimes I'm hardheaded. I can't hear it," Jones said of the career funk he …