Someone Named John W just left this comment to the doubt and idolatry post from yesterday - it's amazing:
Yes... Doubt is the question to God "Who am I?". It's a question we cannot answer and that is why we constantly ask it. When we stop asking the question it is because we think we know the answer, that we are God, and therein lies the idol. Faith, then, is the statement to God, "You know.". Yet without the question it hardly makes sense. Personally I think that Jesus suffering on the Cross is a manifestation of this question and answer, of doubt and faith, of being human and of being God simultaneously. Sometimes the question and answer doesn't need to be spoken or thought, it just needs to be witnessed. I hope that makes sense!