Any book that seeks to keep the Old Testament from dying and to revive its use among God’s people is to be encouraged simply because it raises the issue. People tend to view the Old Testament as distant in time and culture and therefore irrelevant to modern-day life. In fact, taking the Old Testament seriously could lead to problems because of its many difficult texts. This book seeks to solve some of the difficulties related to the Old Testament by treating it like a dead language that needs to be recovered. It gives a diagnosis of the problem, evidence of the signs of the Old Testament’s demise, and then offers a path to recovery with four specific positive recommendations. The general argument of the book will be given, followed by an evaluation of the prescription to fix the problem of a dying Old Testament.