Isaac Backus is one of the two most important Baptists during the American Revolutionary period and what would follow. He contributed to the discussions on religious liberty to the Constitutional Convention, and has been directly credited with influencing how religious liberty was to be codified in the Bill of Rights. But how did he come to that in the course of his life? Born in the early 18th century, he became a Presbyterian Minister. At a time when denominations meant more to the convictions of individuals, he made the incredible move of conversion to be a Baptist. In this book, you will have the opportunity to learn about this singular man and his weighty intellect.

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