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A supplanter means someone who takes the place of another. It is found in ancient literature and in the Bible and can be used today to refer to governments that have overthrown another. The word has a negative connotation and can imply there was deceit or force involved. In a Biblical context, Jacob was considered a supplanter as he tricked his father out of his older brother’s birthright.

Jacob was the younger twin brother of Esau and son of Isaac. The names James and Jacob are related through their Latin roots and both can still trace this meaning through history.

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As per context, its about Joseph, not Jacob.

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This answer is not right

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The correct verse would be, ‘Say you are my sister, that it may go well with me because of you, and that my life may be spared for your sake. This is because Sarai was his half-sister. This scene appears in the Bible, Genesis 12:11-13.

The bible contains a wide collection of holy texts that are believed to have divine interventions. This is what the jews, Christians, and muslims believe. It is more like a record of the God’s relationship with the humans that would be communicated through divine channels. There are various different authors in history that have made contributions to the bible.

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He was not 600 show me where in Bible it tells us that Noah was 600 years old when the horrible floodwaters came give me an exact verse and text then maybe I will believe you until then I will stick with my answer.

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