Hammer and Concrete: understanding the power and importance of questions
"Questions are like hammering a hardened concrete block into which our feet have been set. A small hammer, used occasionally, will not yield significant changes to the block that is holding us fast. Good questions, about everything, including doctrines, practices, church history, abuse, authority, celibacy, misogyny, homosexuality and gender, even about the source documents and assumptions of infallibility, inerrancy and inspiration, among a litany of other concerns, are like a 5lb sledge hammer wielded with gusto and bravado. Only then will the real journey in life and spirituality begin in earnest."
The Grace of Uncertainty