I've lost track of the diagnosis of Pos-modernity and suggestion for responses, that I have heard over the last 10 years. And it's some time since I listened to one, other than the ones I get to teach.
I came across this summary and response by Tim Keller. Not only is it a clear account and diagnosis of the changes in post-modern culture and society, it offers a 'canonical-linguistic' approach for a possible new apologetic.
It's theologically and philosophically nuanced, concise and hopeful. It's also critical of some recent attempts at communal apologetics.