“Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical” by Timothy Keller
Keller recognizes that postmodernity has done much to overthrow 'extremely hierarchical societies' and 'rigid, exploitative social stratification,' which have victimized oppressed groups, such as the poor and racially oppressed.
One of the hardest parts of apologetics is speaking in such a way that people who disagree with you want to interact with you. Far too often, apologists find themselves reaching those already in the choir. The choir gets excited, but few new members join. The result is an echo chamber full of very convinced people who cannot get their message out. Tim Keller is an apologist who skillfully exited the echo chamber in his 2008 book The Reason for God, and who ably repeats the feat in his new offering, Making Sense of God.