Sean Benesh

Blueprints for a Just City

Blueprints for a Just City by Sean Benesh
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nonfiction Politics, Religion
For readers of:Timothy Keller, Alan Hirsch, Michael Frost, Richard Florida, Edward Glaeser
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Print Length196
PublisherUrban Loft Publishers
Publication DateAugust 26, 2015
About the Book

What role does the church play in shaping the built environment of the city? Or does it? Blueprints for a Just City is an exploratory journey looking at the ways in which God’s people have played a pivotal role in not only influencing life in the city, but in the actual built environment as well. Together we will delve into the parameters of the Gospel, the role of common grace in the city, and God’s involvement in shaping urban form. If God’s heartbeat is for justice and equity, as part of the Gospel story, how then does the church immerse itself into the city influencing and shaping the built environment? The outcome of Blueprints for a Just City is to collect and synthesize blueprints for what a just and equitable city can look like when marked by the Gospel.

About the Author

Sean Benesh teaches in Portland, Oregon at Warner Pacific College and Multnomah University. His books and teaching focus on active transportation, a theology of the city, and gentrification. Email:

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