The source of gravity for the observable universe is at the center of the Earth, it's an absolute frame of reference, and it's how we're able to use the Bible to deduce a unified theory of everything.
The phrase "the foundation(s) of the earth/world" carries a lot of meaning. We conduct a systematic study of the phrase.
The root that the word is derived from is makon, which is more broad, however this particular variant occurs in one place only. It clearly established that the foundation of the Earth was established once for ever.
The preferred spatial direction of the weak nuclear force is evidence for an absolute frame of reference within the broad narrative of scripture, and is compatible with our unified theory of everything.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) use Newtons law of gravity and Kepler's laws of planetary motion to show that there's no proof of heliocentricity and we use Matty's Constant to show that the sun is LESS massive than the Earth.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) deduced that the gravitational singularity at the heart of the Earth may be the source of gravity from which all souls are made, either that or it was the sum total of all souls.
We have made extensive use of deductive reasoning. Another tool we employ is deductive questioning. This is how we can investigate, among other things, the nature of the soul.
Taking Bible verses out of context and making doctrines is dangerous, but what if we keep the context and find that they are consistent with our paradigm, the broad narrative of scripture and empirical observations?
A gravitational singularity was established forever: it formed the foundation of the first heaven and earth; it will be the foundation of the new heaven and earth. It shall not be removed.
When the new Jerusalem comes down from God out of heaven, the Earth will be gone. What does the new Jerusalem come down to? What can we deduce about the new Earth of Revelation 21?