having an irrational or unfounded fear of God.

From the root "Deo" (having to do with God, i.e. diety) and "Phobia": an exaggerated usually inexplicable and illogical fear of a particular object, class of objects, or situation.

A word created by John Cooper of the band Skillet, first used in the song "Savior" off of Skillet's 2003 CD, "Collide"
It's time to redefine your deophobic mind.
by MetaChimp August 13, 2004

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