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Denver Snuffer - Chiasmus in Everything

Denver C. Snuffer, Jr. is a convert to the LDS Church in 1973, and joined the church while on active duty in the US Air Force. In 1980 he received his doctor of Juris Prudence at Brigham Young University; admitted to the Bar: 1980, Utah and U.S. District Court, District of Utah; 1981, U.S. Claims Court; 1986, U.S. Court of appeals for the Federal Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court.  He is the senior partner in a law firm located in Sandy, Utah and has practiced law for thirty years. Denver has taught Gospel Doctrine in several wards for 21 years.  He has been the visiting instructor for the LDS Institute Program at the University of Utah College of Law 2001-2003.  He also taught at Education Week at BYU for three years.
He is the author numerous legal papers and six books:
The Second Comforter: Conversing With the Lord Through the Veil (2006)
Nephi’s Isaiah (2006)
Eighteen Verses (2007)
Ten Parables (2008)
Beloved Enos (2009)
Come, Let Us Adore Him (2009)

All of his books are available on-line through He currently maintains a blog at
He is and his lovely wife Stephanie have 9 children and reside in Sandy, Utah.  Five of those children are still living at home

2 comments to Denver Snuffer – Chiasmus in Everything

  • Michael

    I just became aware of your books. I have been feeling and writing for some time on this sacred subject since I was driven into the wilderness following divorce from my eternal companion. I lived there alone for months, sought the Lord, prayed, read. I graduated from BYU in 1972 and later from the U of U. Nothing prepared me for what I experienced in my lost and fallen state. I came to know my Savior’s voice. When I would call, He would hear and answer. No one knows what happened to me but myself and my Friend. He picked me up when all had forgotten me. He restored my soul. It was not a culminating experience, but it started me on a path to freedom. I am still on that path and seeking to repent each day. I desire to know more about you and what you believe before reading your books. Why you wrote them, etc.? Are you still a member in full standing? What do you do in the Gospel presently? I was told this past week that John Pontius has written on a similar subject and was “excommunicated” for some reason. I would like to know why and whether these books have caused you a similar concern? Please forgive my bluntness, but these are the last days and I know that Jesus will come to us soon and I want to be clean when he does.

  • Michael

    I don’t believe John Pontius was excommunicated was he? Why would we be ex’ed for writing a book?

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