The book reviews the biography of Christ, peace be upon him, extracted from the Qur’an and the Sunnah, and the texts of the Bible transmitted from the New Testament, with a focus on the good commandments received on the tongue of Christ, peace be upon him. This is followed by a study of the approach between the text transmitted from the Bible by Christ, and the proverbs he cited in his sermon, and what corresponds to this text and is similar to it in the Qur’an and Sunnah. The book presents an overview of the story of the apostles after Christ, peace be upon him, and the history of Christianity. It provides a study on the New Testament, the history of its writing, the authenticity of its texts, and the opinion of Christian scholars about it. This is followed by a study on introducing the Holy Qur’an and its writing, and images of its miracles, and the opinion of some Western scholars in emphasizing that it is the word of God, and the impossibility of it being from human beings. In the book, there is a study on the relationship of the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, with the Christians of his time, and some suspicions and responses to them are presented. And a presentation of the characteristic of Christ, peace be upon him, in Islam, and its connection with the events of the end of time, and the signs of the hour, as stated in the Qur’an and the authentic Sunnah. The book concludes by clarifying the concept of “The Christ or Messiah,” and its origin in the prophecy of Isaiah in the Old Testament. Followed by an analytical study of the text of Isaiah book, it sheds light on the prophecy that came in it, and explains the secret of the disparity in the idea about the Messiah at the end of time between Jews, Christians and Islam. In this book there is a call for rapprochement and objective reading addressed to both Muslim and Christian, and it is a call that does not carry any kind of insult to religions, but rather is a call for knowledge and broad knowledge, aimed at introducing the Islamic religion, and showing the extent of convergence of the monotheistic religions, especially in the general moral discourse based on facts, evidence and testimonies of specialists.