We can’t talk about the right questions because we haven’t been allowed to ask them! Questions are important. They exert a powerful influence on the shape of public debate and public education. Questions often assume what most needs to be discussed. Discerning the right questions to ask becomes all the more important when it turns out that certain questions have been “taken off the table” for discussion. Phillip Johnson wants to take the lid off public debate often suppressed by the intellectual elite of our society. He thinks it’s time to put the right questions back on the table for public discussion. Questions about the meaning of human history, truth and liberty, education and religion in our pluralistic society. Questions about God and God’s Word, Jesus Christ. Questions like: Why is it always wrong to mix science and religion? What is the ultimate premise, the beginning point, from which logic should proceed? What is the appropriate understanding of religion in a pluralistic society?