TODAY the black clergyman is no longer the symbol of respectability, virtue, authority, honesty, and fidelity. We all can recall those days of yore when the black clergyman was the most respected and revered leader in the community. The "now" generation of nonbelievers, scoffers, doubters, the would-be change makers, spew their venomous darts upon the black religious leaders of the inner city. . .