In the past 50 years millions of Muslims have migrated into the West igniting a wide range of political, cultural, and ethical debates. Muslim immigrants are routinely "framed" by Westerners as a problem to be solved or a challenge to be overcome. Right-wing nationalists tend to frame Muslim immigrants as a threat to Western security, culture, and religion. Left-wing multiculturalists tend to frame Muslim immigrants as helpless or misguided in needed of education, empowerment, and enlightenment. This article provides a alternative Christ-centered framework for thinking about Muslim immigrants. It is argued that, through this Christological frame, Muslim immigrants can be welcomed into a relationship that escapes the political dead ends of the right and the left.