'Question' in the Bible
He heard the question and replied, "It is not men in good health who require a doctor, but the sick.
At this point Peter came to Him with the question, "Master, how often shall my brother act wrongly towards me and I forgive him? seven times?"
Then came some of the Pharisees to Him to put Him to the proof by the question, "Has a man a right to divorce his wife whenever he chooses?"
"And I also have a question to ask *you*," replied Jesus, "and if you answer me, I in turn will tell you by what authority I do these things.
and one of them, an expounder of the Law, asked Him as a test question,
While the Pharisees were still assembled there, Jesus put a question to them.
No one could say a word in reply, nor from that day did any one venture again to put a question to Him.
On the first day of the Unleavened Bread the disciples came to Jesus with the question, "Where shall we make preparations for you to eat the Passover?"
Meanwhile Jesus was brought before the Governor, and the latter put the question, "Are you the King of the Jews?" "I am their King," He answered.
So the Pharisees and Scribes put the question to Him: "Why do your disciples transgress the traditions of the Elders, and eat their food with unclean hands?"
They, however, did not understand what He meant, and were afraid to question Him.
Presently a party of Pharisees come to Him with the question--seeking to entrap Him, "May a man divorce his wife?"
"And I will put a question to you," replied Jesus; "answer me, and then I will tell you by what authority I do these things.
Then came to Him a party of Sadducees, a sect which denies that there is any Resurrection; and they proceeded to question Him.
Perceiving that the Scribe had answered wisely Jesus said to him, "You are not far from the Kingdom of God." No one from that time forward ventured to put any question to Him.
he answered the question by saying to them all, "As for me, I am baptizing you with water, but One mightier than I is coming, whose very sandal-strap I am not worthy to unfasten: He will baptize you in the Holy Spirit and with fire.
The men came to Jesus and said, "John the Baptist has sent us to you with this question: 'Are you the Coming One, or is there another that we are to expect?'"
Then an expounder of the Law stood up to test Him with a question. "Rabbi," he asked, "what shall I do to inherit the Life of the Ages?"
The question was put to Him by a Ruler: "Good Rabbi, what shall I do to inherit the Life of the Ages?"
"I also will put a question to you, "He said;
So they put a question to Him. "Rabbi," they said, "we know that you say and teach what is right and that you make no distinctions between one man and another, but teach God's way truly.
From that time, however, no one ventured to challenge Him with a single question.
The Captain, seeing what had happened, gave glory to God, saying, "Beyond question this man was innocent."
So they pressed the question. "Who are you?" they said--"that we may take an answer to those who sent us. What account do you give of yourself?"
Jesus answered their question by saying, "My teaching does not belong to me, but comes from Him who sent me.
When however they persisted with their question, He raised His head and said to them, "Let the sinless man among you be the first to throw a stone at her."
Why do you question me? Question those who heard what it was I said to them: these witnesses here know what I said."
More alarmed than ever, Pilate no sooner heard these words than he re-entered the Praetorium and began to question Jesus.
"Come this way and have breakfast," said Jesus. But not one of the disciples ventured to question Him as to who He was, for they felt sure that it was the Master.
A third time Jesus put the question: "Simon, son of John, am I dear to you?" It grieved Peter that Jesus asked him the third time, "Am I dear to you?" "Master," he replied, "you know everything, you can see that you are dear to me." "Then feed my much-loved sheep," said Jesus.
"Alarmed at this question, Moses fled from the country and went to live in the land of Midian. There he became the father of two sons.
On hearing this question, the Captain went to report the matter to the Tribune. "What are you intending to do?" he said. "This man is a Roman citizen."
But now I mean his conscience, not your own. "Why, on what ground," you may object, "is the question of my liberty of action to be decided by a conscience not my own?
Answer me this one question, "Is it on the ground of your obedience to the Law that you received the Spirit, or is it because, when you heard, you believed?"