[REV. DR. C. WELTON GADDY, HOST]: I’m Welton Gaddy. On the next State of Belief Radio: It’s bad enough that Alabama Republicans seem to like Roy “10 Commandments” Moore more the worse his story gets. But now, his Senate campaign is claiming fake faith leader endorsements. Jack Jenkins, senior religion reporter at ThinkProgress, will bring us up to date. Also, eye-opening new findings on the fast-growing spiritual but not religious segments of our population. I’ll talk with Public Religion Research Institute CEO Dr. Robert P Jones. And the first of its kind national interfaith Anti-bullying summit is the first weekend of December in Washington DC. We’ll get details from Dr. Moona Chaudhry, director of mental health programming at summit sponsor American Muslim Health Professionals. Be sure to visit us at stateofbelief.com, and be sure to tune in for religion and radio done differently!