Before Constatine, there were writs of scriptures, and the Jewish Pentatuch...but there was no Bible persee. Bible "Biblia", means "library". So when some learned folk got together circa 352 AD/ACE, they decided what was going to go into that "library". But that left out a whole lot of writs of "scriputure" popular with the common folk at the time... What of them? And why do we look at the Bible as a Book of God? Isn't it in reality a library of references pertaining to man's relationship with God? Ready, set, duck....in coming!!!