(Hebrew and Greek: the devil, the adversary)
satanophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
An excessive horror of Satan: The people described in the story Mark was reading were all suffering from satanophobia, and were terrified of devils and demons and of their control over them, and thought that they would be safe by going to church every Sunday.
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