This is an excellent debate on the subjects of election, calvinism, predestination, and then specifically Romans chapter 9. Romans chapter 9 is often one of the most neglected and misinterpreted passages of Scripture due to traditions and systems of thought being forced on it, rather than letting the passage speak for itself and interpreting it normally and consistently the same way we would any other passage.
This debate does a great job of showing two opposing perspectives on Romans 9, and also points out the inconsistencies found in many of the incorrect views of Romans 9 as it pertains to salvation and God's freedom in election.
It involves monologues as well as cross examination. It is well worth watching the whole thing, or having the audio play in the background while you work on something else.