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Faith and politics can work well together.  Most people have some sort of belief and many have an active religious faith.  We all bring different things to our work and politics and there is no good reason why someone should deny their faith when working with others for a better society.  We just need to remember that we all need to follow the good rules of debate in our democracy.

We need an election. We also need an election campaign conducted in the spirit of Christmas.
Doing politics well by each other.
My review of a new book edited by the Archbishop of York, with a chapter by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
My 2006 Renewal paper.
My Renewal paper from January 2007
A new report from thinktank Theos has some interesting conclusions.
A look at the data on religious affiliation and what it means for politics today.
If we want to talk about what's 'good', Labour should engage with churches and other faith groups.