Greetings from Brother Doug
Hello and welcome Unique Person! The prevalent themes you will find here are story telling, the humanities, philosophy, science and apologetics, plus a regular helping of good news, just to keep things upbeat and cheerful, and to remind us never to take life so seriously that we end up being the ‘Two Grumpy Old Brothers’. For us, sharing the positive elements we come across, provides a healthy reprieve from the sea of negativity and chaos permeating our planet.
We strive to write unique perspectives and observations of our world, as well as sharing intriguing photography and art, which give cause to stop and think for a moment.
The Two Brothers Weblog is definitely not a world news or political venue, having only the scant possibility of such content if it is absolutely necessary to the main story line. Any actual news content posted here will always be closer to the type found on websites like the Good News Network, which only publishes uplifting articles. What we enjoy the most however, is composing our own original stories and essays, which is the primary reason for hosting this blog in the first place.
So Relax and Enjoy,
Welcome from Brother Dennis
Welcome to the TwoBrothers Weblog. A primary focus of this blog is to emphasize the importance and significance of every person; regardless of their individual ethnicity, cultural heritage, religious preference; socioeconomic status, gender, and or physical abilities.
All People Are Important!
Contributor and Biophysicist Fazale Rana
I watched helplessly as my father died a Muslim. Though he and I would argue about my conversion, I was unable to convince him of the truth of the Christian faith.
I became a Christian as a graduate student studying biochemistry. The cell’s complexity, elegance, and sophistication coupled with the inadequacy of evolutionary scenarios to account for life’s origin compelled me to conclude that life must stem from a Creator. Reading through the Sermon on the Mount convinced me that Jesus was who Christians claimed Him to be: Lord and Savior.
Still, evangelism wasn’t important to me – until my father died. His death helped me appreciate how vital evangelism is. It was at that point I dedicated myself to Christian apologetics and the use of science as a tool to build bridges with nonbelievers.
In 1999, I left my position in R&D at a Fortune 500 company to join Reasons to Believe because I felt the most important thing I could do as a scientist is to communicate to skeptics and believers alike the powerful scientific evidence – evidence that is being uncovered day after day – for God’s existence and the reliability of Scripture.