Religious paranoia  

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Religious paranoia is an irrational fear of being purposefully attacked by an outside agent(s) in or through some religious context. Some examples:

  1. The fear that someone is going to steal your soul.
  2. The fear that demons are tempting you.
  3. The fear that cultists are plotting against you.
  4. The fear that God is out to get you.

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