The South Carolina Department of Public Safety will no longer be giving its book on grief to people whose family members are killed in auto accidents after a group of atheists claimed the book seeks to promote Christianity and violates the First Amendment. A woman from Anderson, backed by the American Humanist Association, objected to a passage in the book,

A Time to Grieve, which reads, “Even if your hold on God seems to slip at times — don’t worry. God has a firm hold on you,” according to The State. The book also includes a chapter titled, “If God Seems Far Away,” and quotes the book of Psalms in the Bible: “Be merciful to me, Lord, for I am faint; O Lord, heal me, for my bones are in agony. My soul is in anguish. How long, O Lord, how long?” READ MORE