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A new Temple Urban Tract By Reuben Aspden from Possilpark, Glasgow

Our latest Temple Urban Tract is a great read.

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Dereliction, redemption and identity: Challenging injustice and encountering God in dereliction and green space. (2023)

Reuben Aspden

Reuben Aspden opens up the experiences of living and working in a community that is perceived as derelict and neglected. Aspden takes the reader on a journey through Possilpark, a community on the edge of Glasgow, from the perspective of someone serving as part of an intentional Christian community. Aspden reflects on different spaces across the community and the ways in which prophetic presence and eco mission can open up experience and encounter with God. Aspden uses local symbols of continuity, such as the Doocots (pigeon huts) to explore resistance and hope for the community and to reflect on their own community.

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