This section deals with religious writings, known as Pseudepigrapha, which are not a part of the canonized Bible.
I am presenting a listing of the various writings, having taken the information from the books themselves. Some of these books contain several writings while others contain only one writing; thus, there will be overlapping of writings.
There are different attitudes in regard to these writings. At one end of the scale are those Christians who believe in the inerrant, complete, God-inspired Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. Everything else is considered to be spurious. Then come those who accept the two Testaments as authoritative and complete, but who see many of these writings as useful in studying the religious beliefs of past ages, especially at the time of the early Christian Church. At the other extreme are those who question the authenticity of the canonized Scriptures, noting various inconsistencies and errors, but not necessarily accepting these other writings as being authentical Scripture.
Although I do not necessarily espouse any of them, I dislike prejudicial remarks and writings which I have witnessed about numerous of them.