Church declares God’s truth despite angst of Mr. Nevels, who drops out - Nooganomics. Local economy & free markets
printBy David Tulis The Matt Nevels story in the Times Free Press caused a national sensation among thinking people the past two Sundays, and no doubt we will hear more about the young journalist who wrote it, Joan Garrett, a practicing Christian whose work met her editor’s requirements for fairness, insight and human interest. The story is about a conflict in a big Chattanooga-area church over the doctrine against adultery. Matt Nevels had a homosexual son, Stephen, who died of AIDS in 1992. In sympathy with homosexuality and its cultural cause, Mr. Nevels and his wife, Frances, left Red Bank