"This second edition of An Introduction to the New Testament by Puskas and Robbins is a literarily sensitive, historically oriented volume. It provides a framework to the New Testament that will help readers appreciate the complex world out of which the New Testament arose and gain an understanding of what is involved in the exegesis of New Testament texts today. I recommend this text for use in undergraduate and seminary classes that offer an academic approach to the New Testament."
Mark Reasoner, Associate Professor of Theology, Marian University
"This will be useful to general readers as well as students as a background to Bible Study. Chapters look at the background to the New Testament, the interpretation of the New Testament and methods of historical criticism, the life and message of Jesus, and the life and writings of Paul."
Church of England Newspaper, 21st October 2012
"This work has been written with the needs of undergraduates preparing for a first degree in biblical studies in mind. At the same time, it is also designed for more general readers who want to come to an understanding of the books of the New Testament ... The footnotes through the whole book are helpful and enable the reader to take some of the subject matter further ... The work will be of considerable use to those coming fresh to biblical studies ..."
Donald A. Bullen, in Theological Book Review, Vol 24, No 2