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“in order to” vs. “for the sake of”

These two phrases seem to be interchangeable in most cases. But I found one case where it seems that "in order to" works, and "for the sake of" sounds like it's not as good a choice of words. ...
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“What need is there to …” vs “Is there a need to …”

Is a question that starts with "What need is there to" grammatically correct? For example: What need is there to tell a lie just to make a joke? If so, is there a difference in meaning or ...