Confusion starts almost immediately with the Bible in the first chapter of Genesis. This confusion is regarding man and woman, specifically woman.
The first mention of man is in Genesis 1:26 - 'And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness...' Now, in Genesis 1:27 it says, '...male AND FEMALE he created them.' In Genesis 1:31, God saw every thing he had made and it was very good. Then it says, the evening and the morning were the sixth day.
Genesis 2:1 begins by saying that the heavens and the earth were finished. Genesis 2:2 and so on begins talking about the seventh day, how it was made holy, etc.
Genesis 2:8 says, 'and there he put the man he had formed,' meaning Adam in Eden. There is no mention of Eve, of Woman, who should have already been created by the words of Genesis 1:27. In fact, woman's creation is in Genesis 2:22, after the sixth day in which female should have been created, and after man, Adam, was placed in Eden and in need of a helpmate.
Eve is supposed to be the first woman, and woman was supposedly created on the sixth day, yet Eve actually shows up after the sixth and seventh day, after Adam had been put into the garden of Eden, in which God planted.
How does this make any sense at all?