Some say the battle for the correct usage of “begs the question” was lost to popular usage fifty years ago, and it’s time to let it go. Nooooo! There … are … four … lights!
When something “begs the question,” it doesn’t mean it “strongly suggests a question”: it actually has a completely different meaning, quite unrelated to the sound of the thing (which is why it gets chronically mis-used).
Begging the question is a logical fallacy. It refers to circular reasoning, using your conclusion as the premise. Please, learn more.