What would Jesus Drive?

From the BBC

The lord is my Chevrolet, I shall not want.
He maketh me buy greener vehicles. He leadeth me beside the stalled traffic.
He restoreth my sole: he leadeth me in the path of the righteous pedestrian.
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of expense, I will fear no price per gallon: for thou art with me, thy bus pass and ethanol comfort me.

I think he would drive some sort of hybrid. And when I raced by him in my SUV, he’d gimme one of them “holier than thou” looks.

The Christler Jehovan, obviously.

Plymouth Belvedere with pushbutton transmission

Oh, that’s gooooood :smiley:
Do they listen to Jesus Chrysler Supercar ?

“For I did not speak of my own Accord…” - John 12:49

A Vespa?

A Plymouth–he drove the money lenders out of the temple in a Fury.

Just a thought. . .

Today’s column talks about the origins of oil.

If oil is from ancient organisms and is millions of years old, does that mean fundamentalists shouldn’t use petroleum products?

**What would Jesus Drive? **

Mary Magdalene.

Well, only if you believe Dan Brown.

For some reason I always picture him driving a flower-power VW bus.

Probably a Toyota Tacoma, Ford F150, or something like that.

Actually, they’re coming out with hybrid-powered pickups now (I know GM makes a couple, and the Dodge Ram has one out, but only for fleet customers), so he’d probably want one of those.

A hovercraft for all that driving on water…
Really- a 1969 Mustang Convertable, top down.

Jesus would drive an M1 Abrams.

right over a great many modern churches.

He needs room for the desciples

Disciples … :smack:

Looks like a sporty little Italian ragtop to me.

Let’s see…he was a middle-eastern religious radical who was executed for formenting rebellion, right?

Probably either a custom armored Mercedes-Benz, or a Technical. :smack:

That, or a '48 Tucker. A high-powered mutant never fated for mass production…too weird to live, but too rare to really die.

checks out post #6

Close enough.

Guess I’ll just mosey on out of here.