I remember reading or hearing about a Bishop in the early Church (I’m thinking post-Apostolic Age, but definitely before the Schism) who argued canonical status for the Gospels only. I’ve been looking around but can’t seem to find information on this individual or his arguments and I’m wondering if anyone knows who I’m talking about.
Basically, he rejected the whole of the Old Testament and viewed Acts, the Epistles, etc. as supplementary but not canonical. Any help would be appreciated.