This is a US-centric view. Not all of these privileges apply in other western nations.
As a Christian:
- your religious observances, both special holidays, and Sundays throughout the year, are likely to be available as work holidays with no special arrangement or employment difficulties;
- you don’t need to fear that your children will be prevented from playing with their friends because of your religion;
- you can identify your faith online, using your own name, without fear of repercussions to your job or business;
- you can list your church involvement on your resume and expect it to be a positive indicator of your community spirit and moral integrity;
- you can stand for public office without fear that a majority of the electorate will not vote for you on the basis of your Christianity;
- you can fail, or do bad things, without those around you seeing this as caused by, or an indictment of your religion;
- you can move to a new city and expect to find a broad range of Christian churches, open for you to attend and join;
- you can form a new Church with others and expect have it granted tax exempt status without having to engage in complex litigation;
- you can access local Christian schools and universities that will see your children through their entire schooling in a context that promotes your faith;
- you can expect to see media reports discuss Christian prayer and the actions of God in response to unrelated incidents.
Of course there are many more. These are simply the ones I’ve encountered, or my non-Christian US friends have.
And, of course, to head off the criticisms of those who want to minimise privilege: these privileges vary in severity in different areas; there may be examples where the opposite happens (remember non semper ergo numquam); and in some cases some minority forms of Christianity may find themselves on the wrong end of these privileges too. It is important to remember that privilege is large scale, systemic and complex. That these privileges can be nuanced is not evidence they do not exist.