AuthorALHAJ ADELEKE DIRISU AJIJOLA, is a successful Legal Practitioner. He was born to aprominent Muslim Family. He attended Anjuman Muslim School, Jubilee School andVictory College all in Ikare, Western State Nigeria. He attended our Ladies of ApostleCollege, Onitsha. He is a graduate of the King's College, London and a member of the Middle Temple as well. He was once a Commonwealth Scholar in Law.Alhaj A. D. Ajijola practiced extensively both in Lagos and the Northern Statesof Nigeria and he was at a time the Legal Adviser to the banned N.P.C. Now-a-dayshe is working as Senior Law officer in Attorney General's Chamber, Kaduna, Nigeria. The Author is an Executive Member of Akoko Joint Muslim Council, ExecutiveMember of West-Jomo and Chairman of its Publication Committee, ExecutiveMember of Ondo Provincial Joint Muslim Organization and a Member of Nigeria_Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs.He received his education in Christian schools and universities and he livedwith clergymen. Notwithstanding his close contact with Christianity, he is notconvinced of the fundamental doctrines of Christianity. The Christian attacks on Islam, especially the address delivered by Rev. S. C.Phillips during the season of Lent in 1944, which was published under the title,"Christ or Mohammad" as contained in the Daily Service (25/10/49), forced AlhajAjijola to resume a special study of the Bible so as to fully understand the doctrinesof Christianity as preached and practiced by Jesus. The Author, as a young man, is convinced that no prophet of God can befounder of a Faith whose teachings and practice would be so different to otherRevealed Faiths as the Christian Missionaries of Nigeria have made one to believe inthe 1940's and 50's. This is a Faith which is being forced on people. Their axiom is, ‘no Christianity-no education.' Yet, many of these educationalinstitutions were built by the general public's effort and financed by the public fund.