Hi Lucretia, I got your message, and I am here to help!lubee930 wrote:O.K., here I am contemplating another section in Calvin's Commentaries. How tricky are these two Greek words? Will I be able to manage them? (...crossing fingers behind back...) Would someone be able to show me a phonetic pronunciation, please?
"Some explain this of doctrine, so that ζημιουσθαι means simply to perish, and then what immediately follows they view as referring to the foundation, because in the Greek θεμελιος (foundation) is in the masculine gender."
Thanks for any help!
ζημιουσθαι can be pronounced either zay-MEE-oos-thy or zday-MEE-oos-thy
θεμελιος is pronounced theh-MEH-lee-os.