The Council Of Laodicea In Phrygia Pacatiana 364 A.D.

What are the lost books of the Bible? They were texts and letters suppressed by early “Church Fathers”. There was an important historical event, back in the 4th century. It is called the Council of Laodicea. It changed history two significant ways. At this council they determined what would and would not be considered canon. They decided what would and would not be included in the Bible or read at church. (Canon #60.) It gets interesting when you consider the second implication of what was published. They published, in total, 60 cannons at this council, thus codifying church doctrine. During the 2nd and 3rd centuries, Christians were in the habit of keeping both Saturday and Sunday. In fact Ethiopian Christians still do today. During that time, Christians rested on the Sabbath (in the Lord) and had communion or fellowship on Sundays. The Church fathers at the Council of Laodicea were not opposed to Sunday services but were opposed to Christians Judaizing the Sabbath (see 29th Canon), Judaizing is what they labled Christians resting on the Sabbath day. At the Coucil of Laodicea, they published as doctrine that the practice of staying at home and resting on the Sabbath was sinful and anathema to Christ. Satan managed to deceive well intentioned men to ignore the most important day of all. The day of having God dwell in the hearts of men! The true meaning of the Sabbath! If you read The Epistle of Barnabus, Chapter 13, you will see why in light of the 29th Canon they had to ban the text from the New Testament. There are sources today that quote the Epistle of Barnabus to justify going to Church on Sunday, but they completely miss the fact the text explains why one shouldn’t trust going to a building made of hands as part of Sabbath worship. That is not how to obey God and keep the Sabbath. (Lev 23:3, Sabbath is to be kept in one’s dwelling) The Church Fathers couldn’t ban Sabbath keeping and then allow a text to become canon that admonishes Christians on the proper way to keep the Sabbath!”
Books banned by the Council of Laodicea

Barnabas I Clement II Clement Christ and Abgarus The Apostles’ Creed I Hermas-Visions II Hermas-Commands III Hermas-Similitudes Ephesians I Infancy II Infancy Mary Magnesians Nicodemus Paul and Seneca Paul and Thecla Philippians Philadelphians Polycarp Romans Trallians Letters of Herod and Pilate

The First Book of Adam and Eve The Second Book of Adam and Eve The Secrets of Enoch The Psalms of Solomon The Odes of Solomon The Fourth Book of Maccabees The Story of Ahikar The Testament of Reuben Asher Joseph Simeon Levi Judah Issachar Zebulum Dan Naphtali Gad Benjamin