A homeless man named James likes to turn his panhandling forays in Austin, Texas, into street theater. He staged a little experiment by laying out nine bowls labeled by faith (or lack thereof) and holding a sign asking, "Which religion cares the most about the homeless?" The early returns, as posted to Reddit: The atheists are winning, just as they did in a more scientific poll. There are dollar bills in the atheist, agnostic and Buddhist bowls; the Jewish and Hindu bowls are nearly empty. James' analysis: "The atheists seem very competitive. For them, it's all about the competition." Maybe it's time to redefine the notion of Christian giving.