Author Archives: Neal Locke

$300 Websites – Now Open for Business!

Ok, so I don’t usually hawk products or services on my blog, just ideologies. BUT… I get asked on a fairly regular basis if I do webdesign or webconsulting, and I do–I just haven’t been very organized or “systematic” about … Continue reading

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New Haircut

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Jesus Who?

This post was inspired by Pastor Ellen (one of my last remaining Methodist Pastors) who emailed me the following question as she prepares for a class: Did Jesus know who he was and what he was going to do on … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Joe Satriani from a Former Fan

Dear Satch, I’ve been a loyal fan since I was in high school — when I played the song Always With Me, Always With You so many times I wore out and broke my cassette tape (I realize I’m dating … Continue reading

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Lo! I am the Monster (Rowr).

When I left teaching behind several years ago, I made a commitment to myself not to leave Shakespeare behind as well.  Shortly afterward, I successfully auditioned for and then played the role of Friar Laurence in a Frisco Community Theater … Continue reading

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Twitter as Scholia

Last month, during Jan Term, I had an interesting conversation at a lunch-gathering with my Pseudo-Dionysius professor, Dr. Paul Rorem and a few other students. We started off talking about the inauguration, and I mentioned that I would be watching … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Inauguration, Obama, and the USA

I couldn’t resist the opportunity to blog about today’s historic inauguration of Barack Obama. If I didn’t, I might regret it later. Of course, with that said, all inaugurations are historic, just for different reasons. Anyhow, here are some of … Continue reading

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