I have noticed nearly all of the debates on all evolution vs creation debates seems to be people defending very small elements of evolutionary theory. The creationists have a large body of work with listed scientific theory fully explained to pick apart. As creationists are trying to enter the argument from a scientific perspective, they would need to provide a similar model. They would need to supply a a working theory of what god actually did when he said 'let there be light'. I would like to see their theory, including back up data and researched, peer reviewed work on each of the steps in the Genesis creation week. If we are to have a scientific debate between creation and evolution, then both scientific groups of theories need to be stated in the same manner.
Is there any group of creationists who would be able to point me to this resource or supply one? (read the bible is not sufficient)
This topic proposal has the potential to be far too broad. While you do ask a specific question about descendants of Noah, you also touch on other things, like a catalog of creationist theory.
If you rewrite your proposal (click the edit button for your Message 1) to focus just on the issue of Noah's descendants then it could be reconsidered for promotion. Please post a note when you're done and I'll take another look.
I am interested in finding out what the scientific basis for creationist theories are. I know there are lots of pages devoted to combating current scientific theory. Lots of the current flood theories of geology are examples. They seem to be only debating about subjects that they choose. I would like to take some of the things that they do not discuss and see what they say.
I understand your goal, but you're proposing a thread where literally any topic within the creation/evolution debate could be discussed. You need to propose a topic that is specific and that fits into one of the science forums, not one that spans all of them. Just write a proposal for some area of creation science where you'd like to see a specific theory, flood geology, for example.