Is it Christian ethical to buy and insurence policy from a financial institution that is non-Christian operated? Like do not they invest the sums that policy holders pays as premiums? If this is true, then should I not be concerned that they might invest my premiums on ventures that an aborminable as far Christianity is concerned? Or is that not their exact business model?

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I am finding that investing the premium prices is one of the major ways on how insurances generate their income - from amongst which claims are then paid. Making it of great interest to know where ones' insurer might be investing their premiums - whether innocent or vile ventures. And because not many insurers discloses these information types, it proves necessary for evangelical Christians to ever go with Christian-oriented insures - who screens their investment partners.
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