Free Online Bible Library | Acts of Philip

We also have classes for:

Courses cover a wide range of Bible, Theology and Ministry topics.

Would you do us the favor of answering this two question poll so we can know how to serve you better? You will also be given the opportunity to join our team tasked with how to make BiblicalTraining.org better. Thank you.  --Bill Mounce

Search

Acts of Philip

PHILIP, ACTS OF. One of the later apocryphal books of Acts, dependent on older legends and dating at the earliest from the end of the 4th cent. It is composed on the pattern of the Acts of Thomas, as a series of separate Acts done in various places, of which Acts 1-9 and from Acts 15 to the end are extant. Among the wonders related is the story of a leopard and a kid which believe. At his martyrdom, Philip loses his temper, and is condemned to wait forty days before admission to paradise. “If grotesque,” says James, “it is yet a Catholic novel.”

Bibliography

Text in Lipsius-Bonnet, Acta apostolorum apocrypha II. 2. 1-90; summary in ANT 439ff.; literature in NTAp, II, 577.