theophobia


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theophobia

[‚thē·ə′fō·bē·ə]
(psychology)
Abnormal fear of a deity or of divine punishment.
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There will certainly not lack those who would like to impute this opinion to us, but you, lovely reader whom theophobia does not belabor, you will understand perfectly well that an economics that does not deny religion can be written and accept its foundations even by one who is not a theologian, as one can teach an architecture that does not deny geometry even from one who is not a geometer, as a mathematics that does not deny metaphysics can be written even by one who is not a metaphysician.
President Ahmadinejad also expressed Iran's readiness to further cooperate with the Vatican in order to stop acts of sacrilege, the spread of Theophobias such as Islamophobia and the destabilization of families.