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The KJV uses the word superstition for religion, which is translated from the Greek text as deisidaimonia.
The third word for religion is deisidaimonia (KJV has it as “superstition”), from deilos, meaning “fear, dread (deus), or reverence for daimonia … demons or spirits.”
Polybius in the second century B.C. declared his opinion that what was reckoned among other peoples as a thing to be blamed, _deisidaimonia_, both in public and private life, was really what was holding together the Roman state. [