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MISSION STATEMENT

The fundamental purpose of Georgia Right to Life is to engage in actions that will restore respect and effective legal protection for all innocent human beings from earliest biological beginning until natural death.

OBJECTIVES

The aim of Georgia Right to Life (GRTL) is to communicate that a human person is sacred by virtue of the fact that we are created in the image of a personal benevolent God. This means that all human life must be respected and protected regardless of race, sex, age or condition of dependency. We seek to educate our grassroot supporters, the larger prolife community, to inform government officials of pro-life policy and to provide resources to other non-governmental organizations regarding "What is a person?".

STRATEGY

Some assumptions made by men are so basic that they support all other moral and ethical suppositions within a culture. The historical Judeo/Christian understanding of the nature of personhood, foundational to our cultural framework, is being questioned. In response, GRTL produced personhoood.net. It intends to demonstrate that a shift in belief about the nature of man's being leads to consequences in culture that may be unintended, undesired, or even irreversible. If personhood is not an objective, non-negotiable truth, but an evolving phenomenon in process, then Western society's philosophic, scientific, and legal ethics will change accordingly. Personhood.net is a subsidiary of Georgia Right to Life Committee (GRTL), a faith-based, non-profit, non-partisan, non-sectarian organization whose fundamental purpose is to engage in actions that will restore respect and effective legal protection for all human beings from the moment of fertilization until natural death.

CONTACT US

Should you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact our office using the information below:

Georgia Right to Life

783 Holcomb Bridge Rd
Norcross, GA 30071
(770) 339-6880         (Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET)
(770) 339-1711         (Fax)

questions@grtl.org