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Now we can finally answer the age-old question: What would Jesus drive?

How about a souped-up Chevy Monte Carlo with an ad for the latest Mel Gibson flick splashed across the hood?

The hood of Labonte's car is both a shameless movie plug -- The Passion of the Christ, coming soon to a theater near you -- and some new-style proselytizing for the Gospel.

Yes, witnessing has moved from the revival tent to the fast lane.

"It's a chance to get the word out," Labonte, who grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas, said about the ad on his car. "Someone who is curious about Jesus and has never been saved sees the race and says, 'Hmmm, I'd like to see what that's about.' ... Maybe we can change their minds."


"Why does corporate America spend so much money ... supporting things that don't have moral values?" [Morgan] Shepherd asked.

Hmm...I don't know, maybe because their primary concern is making money, and not necessarily promoting moral values?

"And here we are, trying to serve the Lord. There's nothing bad in the Bible. Even if you don't believe in God, if everyone would just live by the Bible and the Ten Commandments, see how much better the world would be."

Nothing bad in the Bible. That one's just too stupid to comment on.

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