theophobia


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theophobia

(ˌθɪəˈfəʊbɪə)
n
(Psychology) morbid fear or hatred of God
ˌtheoˈphobiˌac n
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theophobia

an abnormal fear of God.
See also: God and Gods
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Even yet we do not want to say, on the other hand, that being the first cultivators of this science preoccupied with the aversion to religion and to the Church, when it came to receiving subsidies from Catholicism, their theophobia led them to mutilate their favored science early on rather than to accept and introduce there that which they even saw as necessary to the accomplishment of the design.
Theophobia has hit America like a cruise ship virus and has sickened many in Oregon.