In each book, Jethani makes a point I think we hear far too infrequently. In The Divine Commodity it’s that the church shouldn’t appeal to people’s consumeristic nature and try to sell them God. In With it’s that we were meant to live life with God, not so much live a life from God or for God or under God, but with God.
I actually think Jethani makes his point so in such an extreme way (in both books) that he verges into the territory of being a little wrong about it. But even still, the point is so valuable I totally think everyone should read the books.