Scot McKnight of North Park University delivered the Parchman Lectures at Baylor University’s Truett Seminary this year. He covered the subjects of evangelicalism, universalism, the gospel, and atonement. You can access the audio through McKnight’s blog here.
I have listened to the first and second and I am listening to the third. The first lecture was great. He provided many fantastic insights into the current state of evangelicalism. The second lecture is well done also. He asks why evangelicals responded so strongly against Rob Bell while ignoring recent works by the likes of Miraslov Volf. I am about to listen to the third, which I assume will say a lot of what I read in his recent book The King Jesus Gospel: The Original Good News Revisited. The fourth will probably be based on A Community Called Atonement.
If you get a chance to listen to these lectures I think you will find them insightful and challenging.