Challenging questions about scholarship, priestcraft, fear, freedom, women and the law.
Do we have an innate desire to ask questions or is interrogation something we need to learn? If questions are the means by which on stirs the passive mind and awakens the soul, how can they be asked so as to alert the mind to passionate inquiry rather than providing it with false choices?
Why do we sometimes fear questions? Or is it the answers that we fear? How can we guard against questions that coerce or manipulate? Can questions freely asked tap the vast resources of spiritual, intellectual and emotional power?
Author: Bahiyyih Nakhjavani.
Format: Softcover book; 13 x 20 cm; 192 pages.
Publisher: George Ronald Publisher, 1990.