Intelligent Design is a philosophy that comments on the origins of species. It is often pitted against a naturalistic Theory of Evolution, and is even more often conflated with Christian Creationism. And if Intelligent Design may actually be Christian (it's not), ID proponents do not call their philosophy inherently Christian, therefore, their views are off-topic here.
We have the intelligent-design tag, and four questions tagged with it. The newest one certainly seems like general philosophy to me. Two others also seem that way as well. I've voted to close all three. The fourth was already closed as "not constructive" in 2011.
The only exception here should be Christian perspectives on Intelligent Design. Questions like "What has noted theologian said about it?" or "What has Christian denomination said about it?" would be on-topic.
This seems obvious to me, but it has not yet been discussed in meta. Comments?
The closest meta discussion I can find is this: Are questions on a Creationist explanation for scientific observation on topic here? This meta policy mandates that science is off-topic, but Christian use, discussion, and perspectives on any science is on-topic. How this relates to ID is that questions on the validity of any science the movement espouses is strictly off-topic, but descriptive questions about ID science that *self-identified, notable Christians proclaim is on-topic.