Your associate A Sombra
started down this road by using the word, "thang" and insulting me in German
Wow, the anger in the post below is seething. To return to the thread, new Jurisdictions are created because of Anger which is one of the 7 deadly sins last time I checked. Someone gets angry at the EP for switching calendars, create another jurisdiction not caring that in God's Kingdom there's no such thing as time or space. Someone gets angry because he won't be consecrated by one Hierarch, find another Jurisdiction which will consecrate that Hierarch.
Friend, Cain was angry with his brother Abel and killed him.
Friend, Moses was angry with the children of Israel for building and worshipping the Golden Calf and shattered the 10 Commandments written by God.
Friend, Jesus Christ wasn't angry that he was mocked and crucified and He gave eternal life to all of us.
Why are you and A Sombra
You commented on St Moses the Black, who is commonly referred to when evangelizing "the black community". (In case you forget what you said, it was "Ah, the vernacular of the inner city. Have you (or Suaiden) heard of St. Moses the Ethiopian (aka St. Moses the Black or St. Moses the Egyptian)?" I think that such has proven to be only marginally successful in practice. St Moses is one of many black saints, but I have my own theories as to why some Orthodox like to promote his veneration as opposed to the many dozens of others. You might want to consider promoting St Augustine, who is better known, just as black, and a teacher, but not as liked because he is, even in Orthodoxy, a "troublemaker" throughout his life.
That said, the entire "inner city" is not ethnically black (My neighborhood is mostly Puerto Rican), and there are many trying to save our souls, not out killing and robbing "decent" people. I am not black, nor heterodox, nor on "the gangsta tip" so I don't see the relevance, and the fact that you have to strain so hard to connect St Moses the Black with "inner city vernacular" says volumes.
Enough said, I am dropping it. This conversation is starting to upset me.