What is Personhood?
Personhood is a movement working to respect the God-given right to life by recognizing all human beings as persons who are “created in the image of God” from the beginning of their biological development all the way to their natural death, without exceptions.
When the term “person” is applied to a particular class of human beings, it is an affirmation of their individual rights. In other words, to be a person is to be protected by a series of God-given rights and constitutional guarantees such as life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
What is Personhood Kansas?
Personhood Kansas exists to guarantee protection for every living human being in Kansas, from their earliest biological beginning, by amending the Kansas Constitution to recognize their God-given humanity without exception.
Personhood Kansas desires to glorify Jesus Christ in a way that creates a culture of life so that all innocent human lives are protected by love and by law. We serve all Kansans irregardless of age to initiate citizen, legislative, and political action focusing on the ultimate goal of the pro-life movement: personhood rights for all innocent humans.
We intend to build the support in our state in an effort to reaffirm personhood within the Kansas Constitution. Personhood Kansas is a 501(c)(4) Christian ministry that welcomes those who believe in the God-given right to life.
What is the Kansas Personhood Amendment?
Kansas HCR 5018, or Personhood Amendment, is resolution that grants equal rights to all Kansans from conception. The “meat” of the amendment comes from the excerpt below, however, feel free to click on the picture and read the entire document for yourself.
Lines 12-21 “Equal rights. All men are possessed of equal and inalienable natural rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Recognizing the authority of the state of Kansas to exercise its police power and its sovereign right to adopt individual liberties in the constitution of the state of Kansas more expansive than those conferred by the constitution of the United States, the state of Kansas shall hereby guarantee the inalienable rights, equal protection and due process of law of every human being from the beginning of the biological development of that human being, including fertilization.“ (emphasis added)