How did God create people?
Here's the answer:
God made man from dust.
In the Bible, God says He made the first person, Adam, "out of the dust of the ground" (Genesis 2:7). God had already made the earth and the dust out of nothing, and then He used dust to create Adam! God made Eve out of Adam's rib. God gave those two bodies human life. He created them to be like Him, with thoughts, emotions, and relationships with other people and with Himself.
We can't understand exactly how God made people, just like we can't explain how He created the world by His Word. God is so powerful that He can just speak to make something happen.
God made Adam and Eve perfect, without any sin. But after Adam and Eve disobeyed God (Genesis 3), we all have been sinners. Find out whom God sent to solve the sin problem—click here!
"Then the LORD God formed a man. He made him out of the dust of the ground. He breathed the breath of life into him. And the man became a living person" (Genesis 2:7).
"One man's sin brought guilt to all people. So also one right act made all people right with God. And all who are right with God will live" (Romans 5:18).