With two-hundred million Muslims, Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world, but there is strict separation of church and state and the constitution declares freedom of all religions. On this journey across Java from Jakarta to Surabaya, travelers discuss recent violence by radical Islamic groups throughout the country trying to turn society towards Islam. Stories of how the people of this country live together show that secularism is not as hated as the radicals would like to believe. As one train conductor says "We are good Muslims, but temptation by beautiful women and delicious alcohol is always present. Fortunately, Allah will forgive us.