God created the world while there was nothing of the world and He creates man while there is nothing of him in the world. He brings together the building blocks of his body from earth air and water and makes them into a conscious intelligent being.
Is there any doubt that a machine-maker who made a new machine can put and re-set in their former positions the pieces of that machine after he has broken it into pieces? Or is it inconceivable that a commander cannot gather through a trumpet-call the army he has dispersed for rest? Similarly during the reconstruction of the world after its total collapse. God Almighty will gather the atoms of man which have mixed into earth and grant them a higher eternal form of life:
"Say: 'Travel in the land and see how He originated creation then God brings forth the later growth. Assuredly. God is able to do all things' (29:20)."
"Look at the prints of God's mercy (in creation): how He gives life to the earth after its death. He surely is the reviver of the dead (in the same way) and He is able to do all things (30:50)."