Special creation for humans, obviously. What else? Anything?
Yes that in terms of sentience, consciousness etc in particular. I think the whole area of artificial intelligence may force the same sort of debate that the ToE has already been through in the longer term. Dualism and the whole mind/body/soul concept could be an area of intense debate. Almost every faith has a belief in an afterlife of some sort which necessitates some form of self seperate from the physical which does not sit well with science.
Cosmology is another obvious area. BB theory is adequate up to a point but there are major questions regarding how this could come about that remain and which are therefore ripe for creationist interpretation.
Abiogenesis and the formation of life is another area that creationists will cling onto to the bitter end. Debates about the exact environment in which this could occur and how valid any laboratory experiment designed with the purpose of creating life can be, will rightly be asked. Demonstrating that this can occur without intelligent intervention of some sort could be very difficult indeed.
Any area in which faith based beliefs have anything to say regards the physical world or our interaction with it are potential areas of debate but I think the above are the main areas that creationists in their various forms will be most desperate to hold onto and most difficult to prise from their grasp.