Dr. Travis Dickinson, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Christian Apologetics, at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, offers an excellent word for all of us who are plagued with what we might here call "doubting-thomas-syndrome." In part, he writes: >>>
Doubting, it seems to me, is not all bad. It may not be an altogether enjoyable experience, but our doubts can be the very things that lead us to truth about a variety of matters. Where it can be problematic is when one has good reasons for believing something and yet doubts creep in that cause him to lack confidence or waver in what is an otherwise well-grounded belief.
Read his entire piece to get a grip on his strategy for treating the unenjoyable but common human experience of doubt.