I've noticed reading the Gospels how many times Jesus questions people and lets them question him. He doesn't seem to be afraid of questions, he seems to invite them. Christianity has not been as tolerant as it's namesake. It (the religion) has too many times become obsessed with getting standard answers and presenting them in commentaries or (more familiarly) the great American study bible notes, which are midget commentaries. A questionary is the opposite of a commentary. It looks for the place where a quest can begin instead of where it 'should' end according to some anonymous expert. Some of the questions generated do have generally accepted answers among people who follow Christ, but finding those answers is not the point of asking - finding Christ is the point.
A few years back I was part of a play. I read the script and memorized my lines before we went to the first rehearsal. During the first couple of run throughs we all got into the flow of the story, but there were still some rough spots. I kept fumbling around with this one line. The author of the play was there so I asked him to help me. He took the script and said, "This place right here is supposed to be funny. It's very sarcastic, like this.." and he did the line. As soon as I heard him, not only did the line make sense, but the whole scene AND who I was supposed to be in the play overall was more clear. You'd guess it would be that way, he was the author. He knew what he wrote and what it meant. I found the author of the play was very willing to help me understand. He wasn't offended when I asked him questions. He gave me insight into the production and how my character related to his overall vision. I hope as I read the lines of the Script and ask questions the Author will whisper in my ear and turn me toward the Truth.