No one knows who wrote the Book of Job. We don't even know the date of its composition. Many Bible scholars place it before the time of Moses, while others consider that it was written well after the Exodus. However, most modern scholars place its composition somewhere between the time of Solomon and that of Jeremiah. One reason is that this book seems to form a part of what is known as the "Wisdom Literature." We cannot affirm that a writer living centuries before that era would not write upon the same themes, yet the presumption is in favor of the book's having been written when men were seeking to define wisdom, or the ultimate rule by which they ought to govern their lives. Regardless of when the Book of Job was written, Otis Cary presents thought provoking facts and ideas that make for exciting reading by Bible students of all ages. The Man Who Feared God for Nought is a "must read" for all serious students of the Bible.