Originally published in France under the title: L"évangile de Philippe / Jean-Yves Leloup. Paris : Albin Michel, 2003.
|Other titles||Nag Hammadi codices. II, 3.|
|Statement||translation from the Coptic and commentary by Jean-Yves Leloup ; English translation by Joseph Rowe ; [foreword by Jacob Needleman].|
|Contributions||Philip, the Apostle, Saint., Leloup, Jean-Yves., Rowe, Joseph.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 173 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||2004110340|
The Gospel of Philip focuses a great deal on the “sacrament of marriage” as a “sacred mystery.” The Gospel of Philip does not claim to have been written by Jesus’ disciple Philip. It is titled “the gospel according to Philip” due to Philip being the only disciple of Jesus who is named in it (). the Gospel writ en by apostle Philip — a personal Disciple of Jesus Christ, Who at ained Divinity thanks to help from Jesus. The translation is accommpanied by clarifying com-mentaries. In the Gospel, Philip put the emphasis on the method-ological aspect of spiritual work. The book is addressed to everyone aspiring to Size: KB. Information on the Gospel of Philip. Wesley W. Isenberg writes (The Nag Hammadi Library in English, p. ):Because of the contents, the eccentric arrangement, and the literary types exhibited, it is likely that The Gospel of Philip is a collection of excerpts mainly from a Christian Gnostic sacramental catechesis. It explains the significance of sacramental rites of initiation, the meaning of. The Gospel of by Philip by Vladimir Antonov was first published in The book presents a full and competent translation of the Gospel written by apostle Philip — a personal Disciple of Jesus Christ, who attained Divinity thanks to helping from gh this gospel may at first appear similar to the Gospel of Thomas, it is not a sayings gospel, but a collection of Gnostic teachings.
The Gospel of Philip. By Mary Jane Chaignot. This Gospel is attributed to Philip primarily because he is the only named Apostle. Nothing in the text explicitly states that he wrote this book, but scholars are quick to point out that none of the canonical Gospels explicitly name their authors, either. This book presents a full and competent translation of the Gospel written by apostle Philip - a personal Disciple of Jesus Christ. The translation is accompanied by clarifying commentaries. In the Gospel, Philip put the emphasis on the methodological aspect of spiritual work. The book is addressed to everyone aspiring to Perfection. Philip had a heart for evangelism, and, when the “great persecution” arose in Acts , Philip left Jerusalem to become an evangelist in Samaria (Acts –12). After the church in Samaria was started, Philip was used by the Holy Spirit to bring the gospel to an Ethiopian eunuch, a member of the court of Candace, the Ethiopian queen. The Gospel of Philip is one of the most exciting and accessible of the Gnostic texts found at Nag Hammadi in Egypt in The source of Dan Brown's intriguing speculations about Mary Magdalene in his best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code, the Gospel of Philip draws on ancient imagery--the natural This ancient Gnostic text can be a companion /5.
The Gospel of Philip, Gnostic Texts Giving Voice to the Wisdom of the Ages (also known as the Secret Book of James) The Gospel of Truth The Treatise on the Resurrection The Tripartite Tractate. The Gospel of Philip is yet another Gnostic gospel discovered as part of the Nag Hammadi collection in Egypt in The text was bound in the same codex that also contained The Gospel of Thomas, but unlike The Gospel of Thomas, this text is not a collection of “sayings of Jesus” as much as it is a collection of “Gnostic teachings”. The Apocryphal (i.e. not included in the New Testament) Gospel of the Apostle Philip, a personal disciple of Jesus Christ, was found by archaeologists in in Egypt. It contains very important information imparted to Philip by Jesus Christ. One of the first things we learn about Philip in the Gospel of John is that like Simon Peter and Andrew, he comes from Bethsaida, a town by the Sea of Galilee (John ). This may seem like a trivial detail, but later, when Jesus and the disciples come to Jerusalem, some Greek men from Bethsaida want to see Jesus—and they come to Philip.