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 - What did the allegory of the woman from Tekoa, in which her son murdered her other son, symbolize? Topic Q 3681 Question 1 of 1 Shmuel II (Samuel II) Score of 60 What did the allegory of the woman from Tekoa, in which her son murdered her other son, symbolize? Kayin and Hevel (Cain and Abel) Jewish brothers (in the broad sense of all Jews) who do not get along The banishment of Avshalom (Absalom), who killed his brother Amnon The sons of Yaakov (Jacob) who sold Yosef (Joseph) into slavery Menu Click For Source Shmuel II (Samuel II) 14:16-20 39 people have so far answered this question That is correct25.641025641% of people got this wrong. That is not correctOnly 74.358974359% of people got it right.