I came across an article that quoted Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef in his Shulchan Ha'ma'arechet, (it didn't give an exact reference,) as saying that Kiddushin can be effected between a Ger Toshav, meaning a non-Jew who follows the 7 Noahide commandments and a Jew, because a Ger Toshav is considered not to worship idols. First of all is this correct and secondly are there any other authorities who either hold, or dispute this view? Please give sources if known.
Rabbi Steve Greenberg writes
The marriage of a Jew and a ger toshav would not be legitimate under existing halachic frameworks.
Some conservative Rabbis are considering the possibility of allowing the marriage.
Lau-Lavie is not the first to suggest adapting this construct to marriage, and his proposal is not meant to push for an actual change in Jewish law (yet). But he envisions using the ger toshav within a halachic framework to justify intermarriage under certain conditions.