WHAT WOULD JESUS DRIVE? (Memphis, Tennessee-AP) -- "What Would Jesus Drive?" is a campaign aimed at raising the environmental and ethical consciousness of Christians as they chose what to drive. Reverend Jim Ball, who heads the Evangelical Environmental Network, is driving through the Bible Belt in a fuel-saving hybrid car spreading the word that Jesus would not drive an environment-polluting, resource-depleting gas-guzzler. Ball believes vehicle choice is a moral issue for Christians who are obliged to protect God's creation. Ball and other religious leaders plan to meet with the Bush administration, Congress and Democratic presidential candidates to press for raising the fuel economy requirement to 40 miles per gallon.