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(From Yorkshire Post)
A motoring group chief yesterday told religious leaders to "stick to what they know best" after a senior bishop suggested that driving a fuel-hungry car was a "symptom of sin".
Bishop of London the Right Rev Richard Chartres said that buying large 4x4-type cars or even flying on holiday were environmentally "selfish choices".
But executive director of the RAC Foundation Edmund King said decisions over what car to buy were "practical", not moral choices.
Bishop Chartres, who has helped form the Church of England's policy on the environment, said there was now an "overriding imperative" to "walk more lightly upon the …