For what it's worth, I have found 'Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution'
by the famous anarchist Peter Kropotkin to be a neglected ace in the arsenal of the creationists which is also an outstanding social and historical analysis (reguardless of whether or not Kropotkin himself adheres to biological evolution).
Basically, Kropotkin was a nineteenth century Russian prince of the Rurikid dynasty whose father owned many slaves. The court disgusted him, and he went to Siberia on an investigation of science and nature under the guise of a military expedition. He renounced his title and inheritance and joined the followers of Bakunin - albeit of the pacifist branch and was subsequently exiled to western Europe.
Kropotkin argues that Darwin's central tenet of natural selection or survival of the fittest has no evidence in animal behavior, human history, or modern society. Kropotkin says that societies survive and prosper through cooperation - not competition. Kropotkin repudiates precisely the aspect of Darwin's theory which Huxley used to discredit Richard Owen, Darwin's chief opponent. Incidentally, I understand that Darwin himself in fact did himself conceive the idea of "survival of the fittest." He got this concept from Alfred Russell Wallace. Be that as it may, it is not surprising that the "survival of the fittest" doctrine was conceived and adopted by well-to-do upper class members of a capitalist society.
Kropotkin's book is also a rebuttal of both capitalism and social Darwinism. I perceive Kropotkin's anarchist economics are also distributist and come closer than any modern system I know toward the society of Old Christian Russia. Incidentally, his 1899 book 'Fields, Factories, and Workshops'
of property and means of production (as opposed to accumulation in the hands of a few). It likely directly influenced Hilaire Belloc's 1911 magnum opus 'The Servile State' which also advocated distributism and the view that capitalism paves the way to slavery. Belloc was a leader of the catholic land rights movement and G.K. Chesterton's best friend.
Kropotkin was also a friend of Lenin although he was critical of the Bolshevik revolution.'Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution'
By Peter Kropotkinhttp://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/kropotkin/mutaidcontents.html
I am not an expert on this topic, but since the Book of the Song of Solomon 1:6 contains the statement "Look not upon me because I am black because the sun hath looked upon me...", I take it that skin, hair, and eye colour are heavily conditioned by environmental factors. This approach therefore has both biblical and scientific foundations. Hippocratic medicine (followed today by Muslims in the form of Unani medicine and earlier generations of eastern Christians) even has this down to a science which is very interesting and from which the egotistical modern geneticists could learn a thing or two.) Although I literally believe the story of Noah and his three sons, I consider it certain that neither Ham nor Canaan changed colour when Noah pronounced a curse on Canaan for his father's sin. To ascribe the skin colour difference to that biblical difference is a false racial theory which I understand has its origin in the Talmud.