theophobia

<psychology> Morbid fear of God. ... Origin: G. Theos, god, + phobos, fear ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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theophobia

theophobia 1. The fear or dislike of gods or religion. 2. An abnormal fear of the wrath of God or of God's punishment for sin. This bank robber is contemplating the wrath of God because he believes that his sins could result in eternal damnation in Hell. —Word Info image © Copyright, 2006.
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Theophobia

Theophobia is the fear of God.
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theophobia

Type: Term Pronunciation: thē′ō-fō′bē-ă Definitions: 1. Morbid fear of God.
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theophobia

fear of God
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Theophobia

Theophobia is a fear of religion or gods. The primary objectives of sufferers are avoiding religious texts, houses of worship, and people who believe in deities. They are often expressed in horror or as an anger to people who believe in deity. Other symptoms include frustration, trembling, feeling like losing a mind, and lying to deity-believing p...
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