There would be no answers without questions. But there are questions that do not need answers. But more often than not, questions need to be answered. A lot of times, it depends on the one who asks and on his intentions.
Questions are sometimes more powerful than direct statements. It leaves those who hear it wondering and thinking. And sometimes agreeing with what the question insinuates. But there’s a danger here. That is when the one who’s asking doesn’t really know the answer to his question yet gives the tone that he does. And once presented with the answers, he’ll simply turn a blind eye from it. And that’s the death of the purpose of asking questions.