In Genesis there are two stories about the creation of man, the first is in the first chapter where God created man; male and female, and the second is in the second chapter where Adam and Eve were created. Do these two accounts coincide with each other?
The story of making man is one story for the same man.
The account is mentioned as a whole in the first chapter but in detail in the second chapter.
In the first chapter, the making of man was part of all the process of creation. Then the details came in the second chapter about how Adam was created of dust then God breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; how Eve was created from one of Adams’ribs. It also mentioned the feelings of Adam before and after making Eve and giving Adam and Eve their names.
The two accounts are integral; in the first you find the given blessing and the allowed foods and in the second you find how they were created, the names given to them and a hint about Paradise.