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  • n. The fear of God or of gods.


theo- + -phobia (Wiktionary)


  • How, despite strong evidence of significant health benefits of church attendance and faith in God, psychology remains anti-religion — an irrational, out-dated prejudice Dr Anonymous calls “theophobia”

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  • God or religion theophobia gold aurophobia good news (hearing) euphobia gravity barophobia

    pangsuan Diary Entry

  • A combination of theophobia-the irrational fear of all things religious-and political dextrophobia-an unhealthy worry about the right side of the body politic-runs unchecked in the blood stream of such schools, disabling the open-mindedness normally prized.

    The Scriptorium Daily: Middlebrow

  • (fear of marriage), 11,700 for theophobia (fear of God), 1310 for

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  • An aesthete must trust for a start -
    Beginners need a humble heart.
    A case of theophobia
    Could wreck a della Robbia.
    A skeptic should not study art.

    October 26, 2015