Last modified on October 11, 2018, at 03:54

Threats

A threat is any of a very large number or events or conditions that interrupt systems of support, injure or threaten your person, or degrade your quality of life.

Natural DisastersEdit

An Act of God is a large scale destructive event mislabeled as a 'natural disaster' by pagan liberals who refuse to accept that God has a plan beyond human understanding. An example would be a volcano eruption, earthquake, tsunami, tornado, or a hurricane.

Insurance agencies often refer to so-called natural disasters as "Acts of God".[1] Many policies have provisions that companies will not insure against such occurrences. For instance home owner's insurance in southern California does not cover damage done as a result of earthquakes. Earthquake protection must be purchased separately.

The original reference to "Acts of God" in regard to insurance claims came through a court case in 1803.[2]

Man-Made ThreatsEdit

Government RelatedEdit

Threats to PersonEdit

Medical ThreatsEdit

Medical threats are numerous and generally very personal they are usually an injury or a long-term health condition.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.chiff.com/personal_finance/insurance-acts-god.htm
  2. http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/23550.html

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