One of the most serious groups bent on achieving the One World Religion dream is Tony Blair’s Faith Foundation. That’s particularly significant considering Blair’s increasing roles in the complementary One World Government project: First as the arrow head coordinating the efforts of the Quartet (US, Europe, Russia and the UN) to bring in the Middle East peace treaty, and secondly as we report elsewhere in this edition, as the President-in-waiting for Europe. With these credentials, it is not for nothing that he has been a leading contender, among speculators, for the position of the antichrist!
Now his Inter-Faith Foundation has an International Religious Advisory Council (apart from the traditional Board of Trustees) which, according to a statement on the Foundation’s website, “is composed of individuals from each of the six faiths with which the Foundation initially intends to work. The members are either religious leaders or significant scholars. They…. keep the Foundation attentive to the religious nuances and implications of the Foundation's work…..”
Readers of Church Arise! will be interested in two names on this 12-man Council: The Reverend Rick Warren, Founding and Senior Pastor of Saddleback Church (of whom we have had much to write); and Right Reverend Josiah Idowu-Fearon, Bishop of Kaduna. Yea, right from here in Nigeria.