Kids like to ask questions. "How far do we have to go?" "Are we there yet?" "What does (and pick your word) mean?"
Questions are good. It shows an inquiring mind. It shows thoughtfulness.
Yet as adults we need to ask ourselves why we raise questions. Questions can be asked for self serving reasons.
Some questions are asked to show that someone else is wrong. The answer is known, but in order to raise an issue a question is asked.
I see this happen all of the time in the kingdom of God, or the church.
"But I was just asking a question," is the reply to the question of why a question is asked and the negative consequences that follow.
Walking in integrity means that I question my question. And leave the answers alone.