ution, by proposing that an intelligent force rather than uncontrolled process such as natural selection is behind the creation of living things as well as the universe (Scott, 2013). Therefore, ID is not appropriate for science courses.The Ball State University President also argued that the issue should not be concerning academic freedom, but rather one of academic integrity and honesty. She further added that allowing ID to be introduced to science students as an effective scientific theory would be profane and violating academic uprightness of the subject since it would be unsuccessful to accurately exemplifyconsent of science scholars. However, although many believe that Intelligent Design should be offered as a social science, or humanities course that focus on religion, the theory has the acceptance of science in the equation, and not just as a nuisance but as a tool to be employed to strengthen the argument for intelligent design.
In the natural sciences, intelligent design, which is closely related to the Christian conservative movement, has challenged evolutionary theory. Sociology is among other notions, a proposal for peace (Nichols, 2007). As a community, people have gone too far to war with each other blindly, to the necessary independence of human divergent knowledge. Therefore, People need to bind themselves to the mast, making sociologies mutually accountable (Nichols, 2007).In the wake of the nineteenth century, various social theorists attempted to studythe relationship amid society and religion, and are amongst the founding thinkers of modern sociology. Religion is thus argued to happen in the society when there is a clear separation between the profane and the sacred. Intelligent Design inspires wonder; however, it does not seem connected to the concept of the divine. The theory argues that there was the existence of intelligent design even before because a human eye looks quite complex to develop abruptly, but there must have existed a