Oh, I’m sorry. I was referring to the banned books of the Bible. You can look them up on Google or something. They’re really cool stories.
I have been studying the Bible and early church history for over 20 years, and I’m well aware of the various apocryphal works such as the Gospel of Thomas, the Revelation of Peter, etc. and read just about all of them. Is that all you are referring to? Because most of them are really not anything special. Derivative at best, and most were written centuries after the time of Christ.
And frankly, there is no such thing as “banned books of the Bible.” The Church’s decision on what writings would be included in the canon is what defined the “Bible”. Thus, a book that was not included was never part of the Bible and cannot be called a “banned book of the Bible.” Don’t tell me you actually believed that The Da Vinci Code was a work of history, did you?