Help Support an Anti-Creationism Film and Get Rewarded by SecularVoices

webelieveindinosaursimageIf you haven’t heard, a documentary is in the works that’s focused on the building of Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter, the protests against it (in which I participated), and the effort that creationists are making to undermine science education in the US.  We Believe in Dinosaurs is being created by 137 Films and is backed by Morgan Spurlock, known for Supersize Me and many other films and TV shows.  The film is being funded with an Indiegogo campaign, and it ends tomorrow (Tuesday 1/17).

Having attended and presented at the Ark Encounter protest and rally hosted by Tri-State Freethinkers last summer, and of course being the leader of Young Skeptics, this film is of particular interest to me, and I’m guessing that’s true for most of my readers here as well.  So that’s why, aside from donating to the film’s production myself, I’d like to incentivize my readers to do the same by awarding those who support it.

The project on Indiegogo has reached its goal, but they’re now working on stretch goals that will fund sound design, music, and better editing. And if you haven’t seen the campaign page yet, the perks you can earn by backing the film are crazy.  From DVDs and t-shirts and posters signed by the film’s creators, to actual fossils, invitations to the film’s Chicago screening, Executive Producer credits, and coffee with Morgan Spurlock — the range of items you can snag here will excite any science nerd (like me).

But as this project is near and dear to me, I want to do everything I can to support it, and that means sweetening the deal for any of my readers who support the project as well.  If you follow the link below (this is crucial) and pledge your support for the film, I will throw in some perks of my own.  Whoever pledges the highest amount will receive a signed copy of Understanding an Atheist, 3 additional copies to give away, two secular-themed t-shirts, and a signed protest poster that was actually used at the Ark Encounter protest featured in the film.  All other supporters (over $25) will receive a signed copy of my book.  The top 5 supporters will receive a secular-themed t-shirt as well!

Remember, this ends tomorrow (Tuesday 1/17)!!

Here’s what you need to do:

Follow this link to support the project.  If you don’t use this link, then I will not be able to verify your donation, and you will not be eligible for the bonus items from SecularVoices.

Once you pledge your support, email SecularVoices at and tell us your shipping address, t-shirt size, and how much you contributed.  We’ll match it up to our records and send out your swag!

Thanks for supporting such an awesome project that’s dedicated to furthering science education and raising awareness to the growing problem of anti-science propaganda!


Note: The author of this article is not affiliated with the production of this film or it’s creators. Prizes awarded by SecularVoices are independent of any efforts of the creators of We Believe in Dinosaurs.


Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis is the head writer and editor for SecularVoices, co-founder of Young Skeptics, and author of Understanding an Atheist. He is known for local and national secular activism and has spoken at conferences and events such as Reason Rally 2016 and the Ark Encounter Protest and Rally.

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12 thoughts on “Help Support an Anti-Creationism Film and Get Rewarded by SecularVoices

  1. Tuesday is the 17th which is when the drive ends according to your link. Your article says Tuesday the 16th. The 16th is Today, Monday.

  2. “”We Believe in Dinosaurs” is being created by 137 Films and is backed by …”

    I believe in dinosaurs. Always have.
    I just don’t believe in evolution anymore.

      1. What do you mean by “evolution”? If you simply mean “change over time”, then, yes, “evolution” is true. Change over time is observable. If you mean common decent, change over time resulting in speciation, then yes, that is also true. Speciation is observable. If you mean universal common descent, the idea that all life originated from a single common ancestor, then, no, that is not true. It’s never been observed. It’s nothing more than an inference (from fossils and genetics). Inferences aren’t facts. Universal common decent is a belief, not a fact.

    1. If you’re referring to the movie’s campaign page, it means that whatever level you’re looking at also includes the perks from level XXX and all the payment levels below it. So for example, the $100 level includes all the perks from the $60, $50, $40, $25… etc levels as well.

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