To the Editor:
I would like to answer Matt Stevenson’s question in Speak Out when he asked, “Are there none  righteous?” Romans 3:10 states, “There is none righteous, no, not one.”  
As a Christian there are a few things I strongly believe in.  I believe God created the world and He explains it very well in Genesis.  I am glad that I don’t have to know how or why God does everything to know that He is our Creator.  I do believe that evolution is not so much about how God created the world as much as it is about opening the doorway to an idea that God does not exist at all.  
I use to have those magnetic stickers too that said, “Support our Troops” and “God Bless America”.  I quit buying them because mine got stolen too, but I just assumed it was some kids or vandals. But now after reading your article, it makes me wonder if it was someone who disagreed with my ideas that took them. It wouldn’t surprise me though because I have had signs in support of certain politicians and political ideas taken from my very yard.  It could be Christians, non-Christians, kids, or immature adults but I am not going to let it get me down.  I do not expect people to be perfect.
However, it is a shame that we are living in times where our freedom of speech is being taken away for not only the non-Christians, but especially for the Christians. As Christians, we should stick together.  We are one of the last countries where we are not persecuted for our faith.  If we don’t stand up for our freedom of speech, our children and grandchildren may not have that same freedom.
The Ten Commandments are no longer allowed in the courtrooms.  They want to take “In God We Trust” off our currency. They don’t want preachers preaching the Word of God when it mentions issues that they have been turned into politics such as gay rights and abortion rights.  
The Bible tells us to love one another.  As a Christian I know this and so do a lot of my other Christian brothers and sisters.  Jesus told us not be surprised when the world hates us, because it first hated Him.  But as Christians, we should not hate one another but we should hate evil.  
Marcie Cottrell
McPherson