I have just published a new book on the gospel in Scripture. It is with Broadman & Holman Academic. It is a biblical theology of the gospel in the New Testament with some reference to OT promise. It is 140 plus pages. It argues that simply to present the gospel as Jesus' death for sin is to miss a key component of the message, the presence of life in the enabling indwelling of the Spirit. I think the church gets what it pays for when it treats the gospel as a momentary transaction and try to show that is not what Scripture teaches. The book should be widely available and Amazon is also a good source. It is entitled Recovering the Real Lost Gospel: Rediscovering the Gospel as Good News. Let me know what you think.