Equal Protection Act | Georgia


While we are grateful for the overturn of Roe v. Wade on the national level, what every Christian needs to realize is that abortion is still very much legal in the state of Georgia. Did you know that more than 30,000 little babies will be murdered in the state of Georgia in 2023?

Did you know that more than 30,000 little babies will be murdered in the state of Georgia in 2023?

A very important bill is being supported by Christians and lawmakers in the state of Georgia that will put a stop to the ongoing murder of babies in this state. Below you will find some information about this bill and how you can help support it.

Name of the Bill

Equal Protection Act

How Can I Support?

In order for this bill to pass in the state of Georgia, it will require Christians working together to let their representatives know that this is not only supportive for the preborn, but it’s consistent with what the Bible teaches about life from conception. Here’s how you can help.

  1. Pray
  2. Call Your Representative (do not rely on email alone)
  3. Educate Your Local Church
  4. Ask Your Church to Call Your Representative
  5. E-Mail Your Representative
  6. Write Letters to Your Representative
  7. Link to This Page on Social Media

Can I Read a Copy of the Bill?

Yes, you can read the language of the proposed bill and be prepared to talk about it with your friends, church members, and state representatives.

Link: Equal Protection Act

How Do I Reach My State Representative?

You can find information regarding the state of Georgia on the following websites:

  1. End Abortion Now: Georgia | Contact Info
  2. Georgia House of Representatives

Helpful Information When Discussing the Issues

  1. Equal protection does not criminalize women. Equal protection criminalizes the act of murdering a preborn child.
  2. Murder: To knowingly and intentionally kill an innocent person.
  3. Should a mother be punished by law for knowingly and intentionally killing her own child? The obvious answer is, yes.
  4. Should a mother be punished for murdering her newborn child? If so, then why shouldn’t she be punished for murdering her preborn child?
  5. Is there any difference between murdering a born and a preborn child? The obvious answer is, no.
  6. Do you really believe that life begins at the moment of fertilization? If so, then the right to life begins at fertilization, not at birth or the moment of a detectable heartbeat.
  7. If a preborn baby has a right to life, then it should not be legal for his or her mother to murder them.
  8. Our homicide laws must protect life from the moment it begins, not just from the moment of birth.
  9. Do you believe that the heartbeat law is sufficient in Georgia? If life begins at the point of conception (fertilization), under the heartbeat law one set of babies are legal to murder while another set of babies are illegal to murder.
  10. Do you believe in justice for all, including the preborn babies? Please support this bill that will provide equal protection for the preborn in the state of Georgia.

Psalm 139:13–16For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well. My frame was not hidden from you, when I was being made in secret, intricately woven in the depths of the earth. Your eyes saw my unformed substance; in your book were written, every one of them, the days that were formed for me, when as yet there was none of them.

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