The text's misleading title is modern; the only connection with Philip the Apostle is that he is the only apostle mentioned (at 73,8). The text makes no claim to be from Philip.
- Leloup, The Gospel Of Philip: Jesus, Mary Magdalene, And The Gnosis Of Sacred Union 2004.
- Robinson, James M., The Nag Hammadi Library HarperCollins
- The standard translation.
- Smith, Andrew Phillip, 'The Gospel of Philip: Annotated and Explained,' Skylight Paths, 2005.
- Turner and McGuire, Nag Hammadi Library After Fifty Years,: Martha Lee Turner, "On the coherence of the Gospel according to Philip, pp 223 – 50 and Einar Thomasson, "How Valentinian is the Gospel of Philip?" pp 251 – 279.
- Wesley W. Isenberg, translator, Gospel of Philip
- Original Coptic transliteration
- Coptic-English interlinear
- Early Christian writings: Gospel of Philip brief introductions and e-texts
- Theology Website Gospel of Philip: translation and complete introduction by Wesley W. Isenberg
- "The Gospel of Philip and the gnostic sacraments"
- The most comprehensive Gospel of Philip page on the web