Are there lost books of the Bible? No, there aren't. But that hasn't stopped people from saying there are and trying to alter God's word. The Christian church didn't establish the Word of God. Instead, the Christian church recognized it and never included what does not belong in the Canon.
“My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me," (John 10:27).
- Are these books lost books of the Bible?
- Myths about the Lost Books of the New Testament
- An Overview of the Lost Books of the New Testament
- Reasons why the Apocrypha does not belong in the Bible
New Testament Lost Gospels
- Frequently Asked Questions about the Gospel of Thomas
- Does the Gospel of Thomas belong in the New Testament?
- Does the Gospel of Peter belong in the New Testament?
- Does the Gospel of Mary Magdalene belong in the New Testament?
- Does the Gospel of Judas belong in the New Testament?
- What About The “Gospel of Judas” And Appeal Of Gnosticism?
- Epistle of Barnabas
- First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians
- Second Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians
- The letter of the Smyrnaeans or the Martyrdom of Polycarp
- The Shepherd of Hermas
- The Book of Enoch
- Gospel of Judas (130-170 AD)
- Gospel of Thomas (140-180 AD)
- The Psalms of Solomon
- The Odes of Solomon
- The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs
- Second Baruch
- Third Baruch
- The Books of Adam and Eve
- The Acts of Phillip
Deuterocanonical (Apocryphal) Books
- First Esdras (150-100 BC)
- Second Esdras (100 AD)
- Tobit (200 BC)
- Judith (150 BC)
- Additions to Esther (140-130 BC)
- Wisdom of Solomon (30 BC)
- Ecclesiasticus (Sirach) (132 BC)
- Baruch (150-50 BC)
- Letter of Jeremiah (300-100 BC)
- Susanna (200-0 BC)
- Bel and the Dragon (100 BC)
- Additions to Daniel (Prayer of Azariah) (200-0 BC)
- Prayer of Manassesh (100-0 BC)
- First Maccabees (110 BC)
- Second Maccabees (110-170 BC)