Sign Up For A Daily Bible Question Straight To Your Inbox! Name: Email: We respect your email privacy Please Like and Share our Site: Bible Quiz The Bible Quiz - Why did Asa, the righteous king of Yehuda (Judah), remove his grandmother Maacha (Maacah) from being queen? Topic Q 3216 Question 1 of 1 Melachim I (Kings I) Score of 60 Why did Asa, the righteous king of Yehuda (Judah), remove his grandmother Maacha (Maacah) from being queen? Because she made an abomination to an Ashera tree Because she opposed his being king Because she wanted to collect too many taxes from the people Because she didn't behave in a dignified, royal manner Menu Click For Source Melachim I (Kings I) 15:13 31 people have so far answered this question That is correct16.1290322581% of people got this wrong. That is not correctOnly 83.8709677419% of people got it right.