It would seem so if the theme of the Bible is indeed the "unabridged gospel".
Let's take a Protestant minister who adheres to the "5 solas" of the "first reformation".
Then ask him/her to explain the "Good News" according to Paul, Moses, Isaiah, and Psalms.
Whilst in many cases what you hear will not come from the heart, nor from a person of faith, you will at least get a reasonable explanation that relates to Jesus' death, the implications of Jesus' death, and Jesus' roles in the life of a believer.
Not so with your favourite Watchtower follower, Watchtower Pharisee, or member of the Watchtower council of Popes (GB).
When one considers that more than half the (NWT) Bible's roughly 152 references to "good news" are by Paul, this is simply inexcusable.
(Why do followers of the Watchtower religion call themselves “publishers of the Good News” whilst unfamiliar with the “Good News” according to Paul, Moses, Isaiah and Psalms?)