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// Andrew J. Woods in 1973 at the request of the Institute for Creation Research, a Creationist organization which wanted to prove that the "centre of the Earth" was located somewhere in the Holy Land, the "centre" of the Biblical world.//
The articles never said Holy Land. I discovered this the hard way. They only mention the "Biblical land".
The Holy Land is only Israel or Palestine. The Biblical land goes from Egypt all the way to Turkey, etc.
Yes, you’re right, "biblical land" rather than "holy land". But my point was mainly to show that, whatever the method of calculation, the "center of the world" never falls on Giza :)