The Dino Dig

What Global Cataclysm
Destroyed the Dinosaur Species,
Leaving a Trail of Disarticulated Bones?

The Chadwick Dino Dig explores the experience of a group of Christian professors, scientists and students who spend a month of every year undertaking paleontological research in a remote part of Eastern Wyoming. The story follows a young scientist as he takes the baton of leadership from the founder of the project, Dr. Art Chadwick, an older geologist who is struggling to pass it to the next generation. The series shows the personal drive, cutting-edge research, and the many challenges faced by the most committed members of the group, some of whom have been involved for 20 years. The goal of the six-part series is to reveal the search for what the data shows regarding dinosaurs, through the lens of real people and their commitment to this quest. In order to uncover evidence of a long-buried ancient past, camp life adventurers confronts the hardships and risk realities of a rugged present.

“One of the highlights of the trip for many students is the spiritual aspect. We pray together, we have worships. In our course lectures, we emphasize not only the nature of the dinosaurs but also the aspects of Creation that are important to us all; because if Creation is not a valid account of origins, then neither is the sacrifice of Christ a valid account of Salvation.”

Arthur Chadwick, PhD

The entire series of six episodes can be viewed at the Hope Channel.