The Society for Phenomenology of Religious Experience (SPRE) is a membership-supported international organization for coordinating philosophical, scientific, social, and clinical research and conferences. It serves the world community by advancing knowledge in the phenomenology of religious experiencing, including different cultural traditions. It addresses the phenomenology of religious experience in its various aspects, historical, theological, sociological, philosophical, psychological, and other. SPRE does not present the views of any particular theological school nor of a particular religious organization, but draws upon the broad spectrum of phenomenological approaches. The task of the Society is to clarify religious experience, to seek to understand its significance for individuals, groups, and societies, and to explore its epistemological and ontological implications. It invites intellectual contributions by researchers who represent different religious views, and authors who research both older and newer religious movements. The Society also seeks to provide researchers, pastors, artists and other interested persons with the fruits of academic studies.