The epic church and state series published last week by Kansas Reflector shocked and surprised me. Sure, I understood the radical agenda and anti-democratic goals of religious extremists in my beloved state. But I hadn’t appreciated the way a group of fervent bullies — folks wanting drive people with different beliefs out of the state — see themselves as the true victims in today’s political climate.

No one should fall for this rhetorical trick, least of all believers in religion that prohibits bearing false witness.

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