Last month, the Interfaith Climate and Energy Campaign rode into town and started one of the silliest debates since medieval scholars argued over how many angels could dance on the head of a pin. The Detroit visit with executives at General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and the United Auto Workers union touched off a new advertising campaign titled "What Would Jesus Drive?" aimed at forcing auto companies to make more fuel-efficient vehicles and shaming self-indulgent Baby Boomers out of ...
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