In 1908, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as), founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, published a book called ‘Jesus in India,’ in which he outlined in detail evidence from the Bible, the Holy Qur’an, and historical and medical sources the claim that Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) did not die on the Cross, but rather survived after a period of unconsciousness. The events of those days, just under 2000 years ago, have shaped much of the way that people think about religion today. It’s effects are far-reaching, forming the crux of the belief system of billions of people worldwide. To decipher the evidence and understand the truth of the events of the weekend that Jesus (peace be upon him) was crucified can change the perspectives, hearts and minds of people all over the world. This presentation presents conclusive arguments, originally formed by Ahmad (as), on this topic.