Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Defender of Faiths

CallmeTony tells us what to believe

"The Foundation will expressly not be about chucking faith into a doctrinal melting pot. It is not about losing our own distinctive faith."

Tony Blair, Westminster Cathedral, 3 April 2008

"Faith is the belief that human kindness is at the core of our souls. Therefore, it doesn't matter what faith you believe in. What matters is that we all have the ability to use our faiths as a positive catalyst for peace and goodwill in our increasingly interdependent world."

Amanda and Anna from Connecticut, USA, who are organising a huge multi-faith concert in December at Yale University as part of [the Tony Blair Faith Foundation's] Faiths Act campaign

Hands up everyone who says "go".

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