The English sounds okay to me, per se;
but I don't think that it accurately reflects the details
of the original Japanese sentence.
From Jim Breen's online dictionary:
問題 【もんだい】 (n) problem; question;
自然に 【しぜんに】 (adv) (See 自然) naturally; smoothly; spontaneously;
論議 【ろんぎ】 (n,vs,adj-no) discussion; argument; debate;
呼ぶ(P); 喚ぶ 【よぶ】 (v5b,vt) (1) to call out (to); to call; to invoke; (2) to summon (a doctor, etc.); (3) to invite; (4) to designate; to name; to brand; (5) to garner (support, etc.); to gather;
I would suggest any or all of these:
That problem naturally invited discussion.
That question naturally invited discussion.
That problem naturally invited debate.
That question naturally invited debate.
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