James M. Thunder

James M. Thunder is an environmental lawyer who reviewed two books about his ancestor, A.W. Pugin, for SACRED ARCHITECTURE (Summer 1999). He is writing a book on Faith-Based Land Use Planning and welcomes comments.

Articles by James M. Thunder

Writings of a Prolific Architect

This book is the final volume of the letters of Augustus Welby Pugin (1812–1852), the man most responsible for the nineteenth-century Gothic Revival.

Faith-Based Land Use Planning

Faith-Based Land Use Planning proposes that our churches, synagogues and mosques become the central buildings of our lives. Why?