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"In God We Trust?" is an absorbing, disturbing, must-see documentary that explores grassroots religion and politics in America. In support of the Triangle Freethought Society, permission has been given to sell this video by its creator, Scott Burdick, who is a world-renowned artist and a fellow freethinker. Thank you for your support!
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A few reviews:
Well worth watching. This is as clear an illustration of the evil of religion as
I have come across for a long time. ~Richard Dawkins
In God We Trust is a carefully constructed documentary about a clash of worldviews as clearly defined as a documentary can depict them.
~ Rev. Barry Lynn, Executive Director, Americans United for Separation of Church and State
...a fascinating two-hour documentary on the town of King, North Carolina, its secular minority, its Christian majority, its religious diversity, a war memorial with one too many flags. The quality and composition of the documentary are excellent, and with the variety of coverage, both of the flag issue and local beliefs, it keeps the viewer’s attention.
~ Jason Torpy, President, Military Association of Atheists and Humanists
Oh shit...that is scary. We know the mentality exists, I've written about it often. But to hear it spoken, seen it openly declared, to witness the ignorance, historical revisionism, the hypocrisy, and utterly medieval mentality of these people is horrifying to see.
~ Bart Centre, "The Atheist Camel" blog
That is one of the very best explorations of grass roots American religious belief that I've seen. A brilliant piece of documentary film-making. I takes a great deal of personal empathy and compassion to gain the trust of so many people, across so many traditions, and have their co-operation throughout the whole process. 'Well done' seems like weak praise, but - Well done! And thank you.
~ DaithiDublin, online commenter
When I saw the [footage] of the march, I had goosebumps shoot down my back, Reminded me a LITTLE too much of the fascist rallies of the 30's. Never forget what religious and racial intolerance has brought in our recent past, and you will see why we should remain vigilant of such intolerance for the future eternally.
~ FAUbronies, online commenter