Different origins of life and humanity according to Qur’an:
11:61 produced from the earth
15:26ff, 17:61, 32:7 from clay
19:67 out of nothing
23:12 from a product of wet earth
25:54 from water
3:59, 30:20, 35:11 from dust
30:19 from the dead
39:6 from a single person
Non-Muslims confuse various aspects of these verses, perhaps on purpose, and present them as contradictions. Clay is formed when the wind blows and deposits dust which turns into clay in riverbeds. Clay is a mixture of dust and water, its two basic components. What was this “clay” that God used, we do not know. Perhaps it was a mixture of some chemicals that looked like clay. To explain in simple terms and without a well-developed scientific vocabulary at the time, Quran explained things in a way that people in the 7th century could understand. Therefore, verses 15:26, 17:61, 32:7, 23:12, 3:59, 30:20, 35:11 and 25:54 basically talk about a process where a dust-like substance was mixed with water to form a substance which could be molded like clay to form a figure or a body. The “clay” here was formed from both “dust” and “water”. When ‘C’ is derived from ‘A’ and “B”, it can be said that ‘C’ came from A or that ‘C’ came from ‘B’. For example, a person’s mother can claim that he came through her, and she would be correct. It is understood that the father had something to do with it too.
The verse 19:67 points to another fact. We all know that at one time we were not in this world. We were nothing, and then suddenly we appeared as living, thinking individuals. So the statement is correct.
Verse 30.19 says that essentially we were created from inanimate, ‘dead’ matter, which was given life. This is not in contradiction to verses quoted above.
Lastly, verse 39:6 says that we were created from a single person. This is ‘after’ the creation of Adam who was this single person from whom we all came from. After the creation of Adam & Eve, who could reproduce, it was not necessary to create every single human being from clay.
All the verses you have quoted above are true. Reality is made up of a multitude of facts, not one simple fact. For example, I can say that a person is Robert, and Robert is a man. And both statements will be true.