religious mania


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religious mania

Mania resulting from excessive religious fervor.
See also: mania
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Here we have Biggles or Algernon, a British public school boy, on a mission to save the world, with a good dollop of religious mania thrown in.
Three days ago, I really thought his religious mania had got the better of him.
WHAT'S with this outbreak of religious mania at the Assembly?
breathing a sigh of relief when you discover that there's no truth in the rumours that Greta Garbo has had a nervous breakdown, is suffering from religious mania or has financial worries (phew
But it is not the start of a new religious mania - just some people trying to cash in on an old eccentric's will.
The Rev Hugh Matthews, Dean of Theology at the University of Cardiff, says: "It wasn't a wave of religious mania and it is still very difficult to explain.
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