I'm removing you alteration which frankly seems to follow the line the Moscow Patriarchate wants everyone to hear. It is NOT accurate and Archbishop Gabriel's letter of 20 February 2010 says everything that anyone needs to know. Truthwitness (talk) 08:13, 4 March 2010 (UTC)
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People of Levantine-Greek Orthodox Christian descent
Since you seem to be a rational soul and know about the « Byzantine » (no pun intended!) subtleties of Eastern European and MENA area historical & cultural categorization, I’m writing to draw your attention on the fact that some reckless Wiki-Boeotians wants to delete the “People of Levantine-Greek Orthodox Christian descent” and the “American of Levantine-Greek Orthodox Christian descent” categories!
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Your editorial help in the current « deletion debate » would be appreciated
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Hi OrthodoxLinguist I noticed you made some edits to the Christoforos Schuff page, especially the lede referring to him as a "former" Greek-Orthodox priest. But I could not find anything in the reference to that? Are there any other references you can provide for the change? Cypresscross (talk) 20:26, 17 July 2017 (UTC)
Hello! He announced it on his personal Facebook page. I know Facebook isn't generally a reliable source, but I think exceptions are made for a person's personal Facebook page when it concerns the individual personally. There are also a few news articles about it in Norwegian. OrthodoxLinguist (talk) 02:59, 18 July 2017 (UTC)