During the last twelve months, I have spoken on several occasions with regard to the significance of “Interfaith” and the new “Tony Blair Faith Foundation.”
Last year, May 2008, Tony Blair launched the all new and embracing ‘Tony Blair Faith Foundation’ – of which, he proclaimed; ” I will build up a New Adam “
The ‘Tony Blair Faith Foundation’ will concern itself with the six leading faiths: Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh and Judaism.
“Purpose Driven” Rick Warren is on board at the helm of ‘Tony Blair Faith Foundation’
The mission statement is “Faith and Globalisation – Oneness” as of the gospel according to Tony Blair and his Interfaith Movement.
“Religion is as important in this century as political ideology was in the last.” said Tony Blair.
Yale University is a partner in the project with the former prime minister in position teaching the subject of “Faith and Globalization.”
The group’s advisory council includes:
Evangelical “Purpose Driven” megapastor Rick Warren; Ismail Khudr Al-Shatti, an adviser to the prime minister of Kuwait; and world Baptist and Jewish leaders.
Roman Catholic Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor of Westminster, England, had pledged to join the council “when the Pope allows him to retire.”
Richard C. Levin, Yale’s president, who shared the stage with Blair and two young American Muslim leaders, said the community service programs that will be part of the foundation’s work will build a bond among young people, despite any theological differences.
The gospel of ‘universal oneness – faith globalization’ according to multi-faith embracing ‘Tony Blair Faith Foundation’