Over the course of 6-weeks in January and February of 2016 Professor Lord Williams of Oystermouth delivered the 2016 Hulsean Lectures at the University of Cambridge on the subject of 'Christ and the Logic of Creation.' I’ve been listening to them over the last few weeks, and while squarely focused on an academic audience I’ve nonetheless found them both stimulating and evocative, especially his lecture on Bonhoeffer’s Christ.
12 January 2016: A Mediaeval Excursion: Aquinas's Christology and its aftermath.
19 January 2016: Defining the Problem: from Paul to Augustine.
2 February 2016: Logos and logoi: A Byzantine breakthrough.
9 February 2016: The Last of the Greek Fathers? An unfamiliar Calvin
16 February 2016: Centres and Margins: Bonhoeffer's Christ.
22 February 2016: 'In Whom all Things Cohere': Christ and the logic of finite being.
You will find (not sure how long for) downloadable Mp3 recordings of all six-lectures here (scroll down the page).