Islam is the only non-Christian religion that believes in Jesus as a Prophet.In fact, he is respected in ways that many modern Christians deny him, such as denying the fact that he was able to give life to the dead, with Allah's permission. Where is the paring of our faiths, then? It lies in the concept of the crucifixion. Did it really happen? If so, what are the connotations of such an event? Did he really 'die for our sins'? Using the Bible, Zakir Naik brings proofs in an effort to clear all misconceptions regarding the concept of crucifixion and who exactly Jesus was. If Christians claim to believe that the Bible is the word of God, it will benefit them to hear what the Bible actually says regarding this topic. We as Muslims need to know both Muslim and Christian points of view in order to understand this concept fully, as well as enable us to give more effective da'wah.