This is my sentence.
Religions assert things as fact.
Now I want to modify the object "things" with this phrase "that are not evidently true".
I know I could write it like this:
Religions assert things that are not evidently true as facts.
But if I want to place the phrase at the end of the sentence like this :
Religions assert things as facts that are not evidently true.
Would I need a comma between "facts" and "that"? Because if I don't use the comma, I feel that the phrase is modifying the word "facts", which is not what I am trying to do.