ἀρνήσηταί [9 verses](3rd sg fut ind mp or verb 3rd sg aor subj mp ) "Shall deny" is from aparneomai, which means "to deny utterly," "to refuse," "to reject," and "to deny." -- "Deny" is translated from a Greek word that means "to rejects" and "to deny utterly." The form is either the future tense or a tense meaning something that might happen at some specific time, past, present, or future. If the word is the "at some time" tense, it is in a form that indicates something that "might" happen. This later "might at some time" form is always used with "if" clauses, which is the sense here.