Just because a person feels strongly about a certain belief (or any belief system) doesn't mean we should simply decide "Okay, I'm not going to question that belief. That belief must be true for them." If the person's belief is ultimately true, it is going to be true for me too---so I better understand that belief, I better think about that belief and ask questions about it. I need to make an informed decision about it (granted, there will always be a need to learn continually about said subject as I will never possesses all knowledge of it). The person who jumps in and says "Don't make waves, you're going to hurt someone's feelings....you're stirring up hate, you're being divisive" isn't helping. In the end, someone is going to be hurt, because reality doesn't entertain all possibilities.
Every time I hear someone proclaim with absolute confidence that "God answered my prayer", I always think about the average 36 thousand CHILDREN who die each day of hunger on our planet. Either you have to question the priorities of your deity, or you have to push this question aside because it makes you feel uncomfortable (or you make up a very complicated theological explanation for why this happens and why your friend sitting in his air-conditioned office just got a promotion and a raise).
There are inequalities. These are present not because of the "sinful nature" that plagues all of humanity (not because there is a God who elects some and dismisses others)---but because of WHERE you were born, your parent's socioeconomic status, the economic and political status of the country you were born into, the climate and crop growing conditions of your country, whether you have easy access to a relatively clean and plentiful water supply (waterborne illnesses and malaria cause untold numbers of death each year), your I.Q. and the job opportunities you have later in life...etc etc etc. There are physical explanations for why there are inequalities on planet earth. We don’t need to consider mysterious supernatural explanations when we can barely exhaust the list of available physical explanations to these conditions.
Now that we know the answers to our world’s problems are physical and not supernatural, we know that the solutions will also be physical. There are answers, we just have to keep on looking—but they will always be physical.