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The Joy of Giving
May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing,
so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.
As 2011 draws to a close and we prepare to celebrate the Christmas season, you have an opportunity to do something wonderful.
A gift to the Georgia Right to Life Educational Fund is a donation to protect human life. Your tax-deductible gift opportunity is available through the Georgia Right to Life Educational Fund. With your generous gift, you will have the joy of knowing that you save precious lives and promote the dignity of all human life. Our success cannot be realized without you . . .
Atlanta Abortionist Indicted
The arrest of abortion practitioner Dr. Tyrone Malloy and his former office manager on alleged Medicaid fraud is another tragic example of why elective abortion should be totally banned,” said Dan Becker, President of Georgia Right to Life.
“Not only is the practice of abortion a crime against the unborn, it opens the door to the potential abuse of taxpayer funds,” Becker said. “The law is clear that federal funds can’t be used for all types of abortions, but there will always be those who find a way around the prohibition,” he said . . .
PersonhoodUSA and GRTL to Host Presidential Tele-Forum
Human Cloning: The Evil Science
It seemed innocent enough: let’s try and make a sheep without a daddy.
The result was “Dolly” born on July 5, 1996. She had three mothers: one provided the egg, another provided the DNA and a third carried the cloned embryo to term.
While the world marveled, scientists immediately began the search to apply the process to humans. And it didn’t take long; the first human embryo was cloned in 2001. (That effort failed when the embryo died after only six cells being produced. To date, no cloned human embryos have survived).
Since then, the debate has raged over the ethics, benefits and dangers of human cloning . . .
GRTL and Together for Life 2012
Together for Life 2012 will commemorate the more than 53 million lives lost to abortion since 1973. It will also be a call to a renewed commitment to protect the sanctity of all life - from conception to natural death.
The program will begin on Monday morning, January 23, 2012, at 11:30 am with music, prayer, and our keynote speaker, Dr. Freda Bush. Held on the steps of the State Capitol in Atlanta, the program will wrap up with a one mile silent memorial walk at 1p m through the streets of Atlanta. Together for Life gives Georgia citizens the opportunity gather in memory of the 39th anniversary of Roe v Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the United States.
Our keynote speaker, Dr. Freda Bush, OB/GYN, is a popular speaker nationwide . . .