Believers in Denver Snuffer’s Remnant movement gather in a Sandy, Utah, home for a fellowship meeting on Aug. 13, 2017, to sing songs and partake of the sacrament. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune)

SANDY, Utah (SALT LAKE TRIBUNE) — Don’t call Denver Snuffer Jr. a prophet and don’t view his Remnant movement as a church.

Of course, it was his account about a face-to-face meeting with Jesus that branded him a prophetic figure in the first place. And his 2013 excommunication from the LDS Church for “apostasy” — arguing that after the death of Joseph Smith in 1844,

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