What right do we have to accuse our own bishop of abomination?
Communing Protestants is wrong; we don't need to be bishops to know that. I've seen "high church" Episcopalians denied their request for the Eucharist: why should Pentecostals be any different?
I went out on a limb by saying he was maybe Pentecostal. I only said this because he was waving his hands in the air while speaking in tongs.
And you are probably guessing correctly. Doesn't make anything better.
Seemingly uutrageous circumstances sometimes call for seemingly outrageous exceptions.
I am privileged to know Hindus who radiate the love of Christ more than some Christians, including Orthodox Christians, even though they don't believe in Christ. Can we give them Communion too?
I can think of a few. Perhaps Bishop Makorios felt in his heart that the Protestant man's gift of speaking in tongs served as a sign that for that particular circumstance, for that particular celebration of the Divine Liturgy, God wanted him to receive the Holy Mysteries.
Sorry, that's not good enough.
With all due respect to him, H.G. Mar Makarios has not been Metropolitan of America for a number of years now ("Senior Metropolitan" = "Metropolitan Emeritus"). Metropolitan of Canada and Europe, yes. Now, if your parish has been incorporated into the latter diocese, or if the converts he brought into the Church depend directly on him (through some arrangement made by the Holy Synod), then I didn't know about that. But he is not our bishop in America.