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Samuel Ogles
I think I'm always looking for reasons to laugh
I think I'm always looking for reasons to laugh
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In honor of St. Patrick's Day, what lessons should the English have learned from the Irish?

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New blog post: On religious decline and #Catholicism's plan to save itself http://bit.ly/1FDexWI

"If the Church promoted the ordinary heroism of single mothers, divorced individuals, childless couples, people who experience same-sex attraction, and individuals who struggle to believe orthodoxy but still faithfully identify as Christian—in other words, all the people often labeled within the religious system as 'unholy'—we would be a unique movement boldly leading the way of mercy and truth in the 21st Century."

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Who knew? There was (sometimes) something to medieval medicinal knowledge.

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An interesting editorial look at recent media portrayals of Sir Thomas More and how they stack up against historical fact.

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My most recent blog post exploring feminism and gender roles.

"I had shut off a part of my humanity, of who I was, in order to meet some mold that all boys are told to meet to be a man. Yet I didn’t feel like a true man created in the image of God. I felt more like a robot—someone following a scripted program rather than their divine agency."

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You know you're Catholic when this is the entire "F" section in your contacts...
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New Post: What are we to make of #heavenisforreal ? Thoughts on a #christian   reading of others' experiences.
www.samuelogles.com

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BLOG CHANGE: The blog has switched to a new site! Please mark samuelogles.com for future posts :).

And check out my most recent post about the Bible on www.samuelogles.com.

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New Post: What are the 4 things every Christian needs for discerning Truth? #hermeneutics  

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Can Slytherins Go to Heaven: A Look at Christian Ambition
I am a resolute fan of the Harry Potter books. I'm not crazy for it, off learning how to speak troll or anything. (The real fans will probably write me to correct that the troll language, of course, can't be learned by humans. Or something...) But there are...
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