According to the Psalmist, King David, we were curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the Earth. A gravitational singularity to be precise. Here's another thought in the form of a deductive question:
Here's our premise in the form of a testable hypothesis. It's simple deduction: if believing in Jesus Christ is the power to be free from hell in the center of Earth, then we must have started life in the center of Earth.
The singularity at the center of the Earth is an assembly of souls, each soul is a gravity node, the nature of which is the act of concentrating to hold a thought.
God decided to create a multitude of souls. There were billions and billions of them. Why did God decide to create billions of souls? For his good pleasure. We've defined the soul as follows:
The largest number of Hebrew uses of the phrase the foundations of the earth have been rendered from the Hebrew root yasad. It's here where we find the meaning which ties us directly to our Biblical theory of gravity.
Body, soul and spirit establishes the basic pattern for all sentient life. However, Biblical life and biological life aren't the same. Biblical life refers to sentient beings which have the breath of life and self-determination.
The ordering of creation by the establishment of above (heaven) and below (earth) was through the action of gravity, and the gravitational singularity is the assembly of souls where we all began.
As odd as this may sound the Bible contains an extensively developed doctrine of gravity. It includes the nature of the soul, a core accretion model of planet formation and the plan of redemption.