Truth about Dinosaurs

DVD Release: July 1, 2009
Truth about Dinosaurs


It seems that most Christians don’t have sufficient answers when it comes to the topic of dinosaurs. This show puts an end to that problem once and for all. Find out where dinosaurs came from and what they liked to eat. Learn why the word “dinosaur” isn’t found in your Bible. See why dinosaurs no longer roam the Earth today…or do they? An educational, entertaining documentary. It’s the first of its kind….an Edu-tain-mentary!! Come join in on the fun as we seek “To reach understanding through Him…” about the dinosaurs!

Dove Review

Although geared toward kids, this DVD does offer a lot of teaching material, delivered by authors and speakers like Dennis Swift and Mike Riddle. The gang who put this together takes the subject seriously but yet they find time to be entertaining, dressing in a dinosaur costume, joking and hamming it up for the camera.

The program sifts through various topics such as does the Bible mention dinosaurs? It deals with their extinction, Noah’s ark, the controversial topic of evolution, and ends with a strong plea for the viewer to become a Christian if he/she is not one already. It also has a song at the end. One question which is dealt with is “What don’t you like about dinosaurs?” This refers to the Christian artists who made this program who don’t enjoy dinosaurs being used as “poster boys” to proclaim evolution.

Although the program might be a bit difficult for those twelve and older to sit through, it nevertheless makes some good points and those who especially like dinosaurs will enjoy it. We happily award this DVD our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for every member of the family.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: The word "Hell" is on a t-shirt but it encourages people not to curse people and tell them to go there.
Violence: An animated dinosaur nails a guy but he does not die.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: The theory of evolution is discussed and dismissed and there is a strong biblical plea for the redemption of the listener, along with several scriptures which are quoted.


Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Director: Daniel Johnson
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 65 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter