Last Sunday I commented that privilege of birth (and lack thereof) involves an extraordinary coincidence of countless accidents; each one of us, individually and impersonally, from the perspective of all created causality, is most improbable. For the atheist this thought is intolerable evidence of the utter meaningless of human life, for the believer it is like a kiss of divine love. The perspective of divine providence, however, introduces a new perspective on privilege, together with one great equalizer. The worldly perspective of privilege prioritizes such things as economic and social standing. Since......