A million New Yorkers consider themselves to be good without God’s presence in their lives.  In fact, they doubt, to one degree or another, that God even exists.  They’re taking the “Good without God” message to subway stations in the city.
They want people to know that humanists, agnostics and atheists are your friends and neighbors.
The signs reportedly will state, “A million New Yorkers are good without God.  Are you?”
I find it curious that they’d capitalize the name of someone they believe doesn’t exist.
As for my answer, I could be pretty good without God.  I know I’m much better — in many, many ways — with Him.