Actress Iris Bahr brings to life 10 different characters to depict a tragic day in a Tel Aviv cafe in her one-woman play Dai (enough). She tells us about her multiple personalities.

Plus, what does a new Beliefnet poll reveal about the shifting priorites of Evangelical Christian voters? Beliefnet’s Washington Editor David Kuo breaks down those priorities and tells us why candidates need to pay attention to them.

And, why has the issue of safety lights on a horse drawn buggy turned into a fight between religious freedom and state law. We’ll talk about a legal conflict in Kentucky’s Amish country with expert Dr. Steven Nolt of Goshen College.


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State of Belief explores the intersection of religion with politics, culture, media, and activism. Through interviews with newsmakers and celebrities, reports from the field, and his own commentary, Welton shows how religion and radical freedom are best friends and how the religious right is wrong – wrong for America and bad for religion.

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