Good collage MarkEdward.
Yeah, point is taken quite well.
We could easily take bits and pieces of several of the epistles, paste them together, and title them the lost Epistle to the Macedonians by Paul.
Let it hide out for several hundred years, then someone finds it, and presents it as a 'lost epistle' of Paul.
I didn't partcularly find anything problematic or unscriptural in the Laodicean epistle...but just because it contains sound teaching still doesn't make it inspired canon.
I could just as easily whip up an epistle of my own acclaimed to Paul by taking source material from something unexpected like the Book of Mormon writings, and if I only selected verses and passages that Joseph Smith himself took from the KJV, it would be sound and true doctrinal teaching; but it still wouldn't be a viable and trustworthy writing of Paul.
I think it really comes down to the sensationlistic idea of curiousity, and adventure, and finding new or lost things...it intrigues folks, and causes them to speculate. But in God's Word's case, there is no need for more writings; --what we've been given, as Paul taught Timothy, is most certainly sufficient and "profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works."