come into question

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come into question

To become doubted, scrutinized, or a matter of serious discussion. The government's ability to lead the country has come into question after a fifth straight week of protests at the nation's capital. This reluctance to act has caused your leadership skills to come into question.
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I think that in some ways the diary is a predominant text because you have his search for understanding himself as a man, his tendency to be seduced by the sensual, his tendency to want to put women on a pedestal and not see women as women, and his Northern liberalism and his sense of God coming into question.