VIDEO – The Creation of Adam according to the Bible

Understanding the Creation of Adam from a Scientific Perspective

Hello, I’m Richard Kent. Today, I’d like to delve into the scientific aspects of how God created the original living being, Adam. Let’s explore Genesis 1:26-27, a key scripture shedding light on this creation.

The Divine Creation in Genesis

The scripture states, “Then God said, ‘Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness…'” The term used for God here is “Elohim” in Hebrew, signifying the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. They collectively said, “Let us make man in our own image.” This implies the collaborative creation of the original Adam by the triune God.

The Creation of the Spirit

God, being spirit, must be worshipped in spirit and truth. In Genesis 2, we find that God formed man from the dust of the ground and breathed into him the breath of life, making man a living being. I believe this signifies the creation of the spirit of Adam, as God used DNA to form their anatomy from the dust.

The Breath of Life

The perfect man, Adam, created from the ground, lacked life until Jesus Christ, referred to as the Lord God, breathed into his nostrils the breath of life. This act infused Adam with the spirit created earlier, making him a living being. This process, involving the physical form and the breath of life, encapsulates the creation of the first human.

Timeline of Adam’s Creation

Now, let’s address the question of when Adam was created. According to Luke chapter 3, tracing the genealogy from Adam to Jesus Christ spans approximately 4,000 years. Combining this with the 2,000 years since Jesus’ birth, we arrive at the 6,000-year timeline for the creation of Adam. Jesus himself affirmed this timeline in Mark 10:6, stating that Adam was created at the beginning of the entire creation.


In conclusion, the creation of Adam involves a divine collaboration, with God forming their physical body and Jesus breathing life into them. This scientific perspective aligns with biblical truths. Thank you for listening, and may God bless you.

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