What is another word for theologicophobia?

Pronunciation: [θiːəlˌɒd͡ʒɪkəfˈə͡ʊbi͡ə] (IPA)

The term "theologicophobia" is a rare and obscure word that refers to an irrational fear or aversion towards theology or religious doctrine. While there are no exact synonyms for this word, there are several related terms that convey a similar meaning. For example, "theophobia" refers to a fear of God or gods, while "religophobia" is a fear or hatred of religion in general. "Dogmatophobia" is an aversion to rigidly held beliefs, which can include theological dogma. Other related terms include "heresyphobia" and "apologetiphobia" which respectively refer to a fear of heretical teachings and a fear of defending one's religious beliefs.

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