The Bibles Truthful
Adam and Others helped in creation, it is true that Adam helped to form this earth. He labored with our Savior Jesus Christ. I have a strong view or conviction that there were others also who assisted them. Perhaps Noah and Enoch; and why not Joseph Smith. Doctrines of Salvation Vol. 1 p 74-75
Yes, I agree that the Bible is Truthful. I think it is possible that even more of us were involved in laboring with our Savior, Jesus Christ. But I have no scripture to support this. My reasoning comes from the belief that we were One with God before we came to the earth in our body of flesh.
The Bible says God did the creation alone ?
Thus says the LORD, your Redeemer,
And He who formed you from the womb:
“I am the LORD, who makes all things,
Who stretches out the heavens all alone,
Who spreads abroad the earth by Myself;
It could be that we are confined to our written language which can cause confusion. Here is the Septuagint's version of Isa. 44:24. It is not very different - but I think it may help us to understand a little easier:Isa.44:24 (Septuagint) Thus saith the Lord that redeems thee, and who formed thee from the womb, I am the Lord that performs all things: I stretched out the heaven alone, and established the earth.
There are many passages in the Bible which I do not yet understand. However, I will offer my thoughts on this passage. It could be that Jesus directly is the one who stretched out the heaven. Likewise, according to the King James Version of the Bible, Jesus could have directly been the one who spread abroad the earth by Himself. The Septuagint version gives us a different perspective at least about the earth: it says Jesus "established" the earth....and it says nothing about Him doing it by Himself.
The stretching forth of the heaven, and the spreading abroad of the earth (or, the establishing of the earth) was only the beginning of the creation of the earth. There were other steps involved with the creation of the earth. Perhaps these other steps involved the others you have named (or even more than those you listed) helping Jesus.
Another perspective could be that it was Jesus who was the only one "in charge" of directing others for the whole process; including the stretching forth of heaven and the spreading abroad (or establishment) of the earth. In this scenario, Jesus would have been like the president of a corporation (so to speak). This would still have allowed Jesus to be the only one "in charge" - and others would have been directed by Him to not only help with the other steps in the creation of the earth; but also in helping to stretch forth the heaven and spread abroad/establish the earth.
Maybe some other readers have some "Light" they can share with us.
Doctrines of Salvation, vol. 1
Joseph Fielding Smith, Bruce R. McConkie
1954 Deseret Book Company
ADAM HAD THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. Some people have the idea that the Ten Commandments were first given by Moses when he directed the children of Israel and formulated their code of laws. This is not the case. These great commandments are from the beginning and were understood in righteous communities in the days of Adam. They are, in fact, fundamental parts of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the gospel in its fulness was first given to Adam.
Logically, this makes sense. Since Adam had received the fulness of the Gospel, he would probably have also known the Ten Commandments. Additionally, we know that Cain, Adam's son, was the first man who committed murder on our earth. If this had not broken a commandment, then Cain would not have been punished by God.
There is probably a great deal more that Adam knew. It is just that after the passage of time mankind began to forget about what their forefathers had taught. Perhaps when God gave Moses the Ten Commandments, that was the first time they had been written down; and by the finger of God no less!