If you believe the Bible, we are all descendants of Adam and Eve. And Eve was created from the rib (DNA) from Adam.
If we look at the 8 people who were on Noah’s ark and survived the flood, (Noah, his wife, their 3 sons, and the sons’ wives), the common ancestor for all of the Y chromosomes was Noah, but the common ancestor for all of the X chromosomes was Adam.
Now, I don’t accept wikipedia’s description of exactly how old they are (*), but it is interesting to note that the most recent common ancestor (MRCA) from whom all living men are descended patrilineally (tracing back along the paternal lines of their family tree only) is younger than the matrilineal most recent common ancestor for all living humans.
(*) The problem with believing that Y-chromosomal Adam lived “between 90,000 and 60,000 years ago” and Mitochondrial Eve lived “around 200,000 years ago” is that while you could still believe in God in general, evolution and those ages are in conflict with the Biblical account. They can’t both be true.
For example, if you believe that Jesus is who the Bible says He is, then it makes sense to believe that Joseph was who the Bible says he was, and his father, and his father, all the way back to Adam. The Bible gives the Genealogy of Jesus Christ and links Jesus Christ to “Adam, the son of God”. If you believe the Biblical account of Jesus, you need to believe the Biblical account of Adam. If you don’t believe the Biblical account of Adam, then you really don’t believe the Biblical account of Jesus.