> it is discouraged to > refer to God by any gendered pronoun - him, his, her, hers (although > lay people and older clergy still do from habit). I always heard > "God" and even "God's self" or "Godself" versus "Himself." This means that English has 4 genders: masculinum, femininum, neutrum and theonymum. 2.sg.m|f|n. you have; yourself 2.sg.t. thou hast; thyself 3.sg.m. he has; himself 3.sg.f. she has; herself 3.sg.n. it has; itself 3.sg.t. God hath; God'sself 2.pl.m|f|n. you (or youse) have; yourselves 2.pl.t. yee (or *thouse) have; 3.pl.m|f|n. they have; themselves 3.pl.t. gods have; *gods'selves P. A.