If you are looking for some books on the interaction between Christianity and Culture here are some I definitely recommend.
D.A. Carson – Known more for his exegetical prowess than his cultural engagement, but in recent years he has entered the arena of “Christ and Culture”.
Carson, D. A. Christ and Culture Revisited. Eerdmans, 2008.
Andy Crouch – He has quickly become the expert on Christ and Culture (at least in my mind and the minds of a lot of other evangelicals). His books have reshaped the discussion of Christ and Culture in recent years.
Crouch, Andy. Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling. InterVarsity Press, 2008.
Stanley Hauwerwas – He brings wisdom from the Anabaptist tradition.
Hauerwas, Stanley, and William Willimon. Resident Aliens: Life in the Christian Colony. Abingdon Press, 1989.
Abraham Kuyper – A true man of all trades. He was never a professional theologian, yet as a lay theologian-politician he isn’t just a man sitting up in the ivory tower theorizing. He put his theories to work!
Kuyper, Abraham. Lectures on Calvinism. Eerdmans, 1943.
Richard Mouw – A true Kuyperian. If you want to know about Kuyperianism read Mouw. More than anybody else Mouw has shaped my understanding of Calvinism and the reformed take on Christ and Culture.
Mouw, Richard. When The Kings Come Marching In: Isaiah and the New Jerusalem. Eerdmans, 2002. ISBN: 978-0-8028-3996-1. $14.
Richard Neibuhr – This book is a classic. It is the starting point for all discussion about Christ and culture.
Niebuhr, H. Richard. Christ and Culture. HarperSanFrancisco, 2001.
Kevin Vanhoozer – He is a theological beast! Enough said….
Vanhoozer, Kevin, Charles Anderson, and Michael Sleasman. Everyday Theology: How to Read Cultural Texts and Interpret Trends. Baker Academic, 2007.