misotheism

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Related to Hatred of God: Maltheism

misotheism

Rare. a hatred of gods or God.
See also: God and Gods
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According to Gray, Sade's ruling passion is not atheism but hatred of God. Sade is "the greatest modern prophet of misotheism--the current of thought that hates God as the enemy of humanity." The hatred of God within Sade's soul is in conflict with real disbelief in God.
Gray's fifth form of atheism is misotheism, or a hatred of God as the enemy of humanity.
I don't know!/ Blows as from the hatred of God; as if, facing them,/the undertow of everything suffered/ welled up in the soul ...
Hitchens' open love of Trotsky and hatred of God was no impediment to his membership in that Establishment.
Jews, Isaiah is suggesting, would have to wait until the end of time for the world at large to abandon its hatred of God's Chosen People.
This blindness of mind is one of the so-called daughter vices of the capital vice of lust; the other daughter vices include inconstancy, love of self, and ultimately "hatred of God" and "horror of eternity." That many of our contemporaries are so afflicted with these vices is so obvious as to require no demonstration.
We also suspect that Bendrix will not escape, no matter down what labyrinthine ways he flees, that even his hatred of God will open up space for grace.
John Chrysostom and Saint Augustine also believed that cursing constituted a mortal sin, for it indicated "infidelity," "bad faith," and "hatred of God." Chrysostom, De fato et providentia, hom.
Blows as if from the hatred of God; as if before them, the deep waters of everything lived through were backed up in the soul .