Shurangama Sutra in Chinese, Version I (Chinese browser necessary)Buddhist Text Translation Society's Draft English Translation of the Shurangama Sutra (2002 Interim Edition):
Shurangama Sutra in Chinese, Version II (Chinese browser necessary)
Shurangama Sutra in Chinese, Version III (Chinese browser necessary)
Shurangama Sutra in Chinese, Version IV (Chinese browser necessary)
Volume OneComment on the Sutra and Mantra by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua
"The Shurangama Mantra--The Efficacious Language of Heaven and Earth" by the Venerable Master Hsuan HuaOther Articles and Essays
"A Sure Sign of the Proper Dharma: the Shurangama Sutra" by the Venerable Master [Hsuan] Hua
"The Shurangama Sutra Is Definitely Authentic" by the Venerable Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua
"Is the Shurangama Sutra an Inauthentic Sutra?" by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua
Research on Authenticity of Surangama-Sutra by Chen Yo Bin, M.A. Thesis, Institute of Oriental Humanities, Huafan University, Shih Tin, Taipei Hien, Taiwan, 1998. (English summary of the thesis, which is written in Chinese)
Ananda's Search for the Mind in Seven Locations" by Ron Epstein. Vajra Bodhi Sea: A Monthly Journal of Orthodox Buddhism, March, 1975, pp. 17-23.
"Foreword" by Ronald Epstein. The Fifty Skandha-Demon States: A Simple Explanation by the Venerable Master Hsüan Hua. The Shurangama Sutra, Volume VIII, pp. vii-ix. Burlingame, CA: Buddhist Text Translation Society, 1996. Chinese translation (Chinese browser necessary).
"The Shurangama Sutra: a Reappraisal of Its Authenticity" by Ronald Epstein