The Letter of Peter to Philip, found in the cache of texts at Nag Hammadi (bound into Codex VIII), contains a brief letter purporting to be from Saint Peter to Saint Philip, followed by a narrative and gnostic discourse upon the nature of Christ. It was probably written in the late 2nd century or the beginning of the 3rd, originally in Greek, but translated into Coptic in the Nag Hammadi text. Another copy of the letter has more recently been found in the Codex Tchacos.
- Early Christian writings: Letter of Peter to Philip
- Letter of Peter to Philip: from James M. Robinson, editor, The Nag Hammadi Library, revised edition. HarperCollins, San Francisco, 1990. e-text (in English)
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