Sometimes in the Talmud when there's a difficult question, the Talmud concludes with "תיקו".
Usually "Teiku" is translated to mean "let it stand" but another suggestion is that "תיקו" is actually an acronym for:
"תשבי יתרץ קושיות ובעיות".
"Tishbi [Elijah]- will answer- questions- and inquiries "
(see this MY answer which suggests its earliest source)
My question is on the acronym:
Why is Eliyahu HaNavi going to be the one who answers our questions?
Wouldn't Moshe Rabbeinu make more sense since he's the one who gave us the Torah?