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The purpose of the Center for Inquiry is to promote and defend reason, science, and freedom of inquiry in all areas of human endeavor.
The Center for Inquiry is a transnational nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that encourages evidence-based inquiry into science, pseudoscience, medicine and health, religion, ethics, secularism, and society.
The term "Center for Inquiry" was first used in 1991, as a joint project of the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP) and the Council for Secular Humanism (CSH), when both organizations shared a new building in Amherst, N.Y., which was named the Center for Inquiry.
The Center is a place to which people come: for residence of some months or a year, for an evening's lecture with discussion afterward, for two or three days' concentrated work with a continuing research group, for a special conference, or for consultation with a resident member or someone on the staff of the Center.
The Center of Theological Inquiry is committed to theology and is persistent in that commitment.
By the intent of its founders, the Center is particularly committed to conversation with the methods and results of the modern sciences, in support of which the J. Houston Witherspoon Fellowship in Theology and the Natural Sciences and the Witherspoon Lecture were established.
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