Even worse, there's a version of Christianity that implies or says doubt is a sin.
If that's the kind of church abuse you were exposed to, you'll be glad to hear Sunday's Gospel and hear more about a branch of Christendom where doubt is not viewed as a sin. You'll be glad to know that doubt has a place in the Bible; "doubting Thomas" has a place among the disciples,doubting people have a place in this church.God can work through any kind of doubt we have, but it's interesting that Thomas' doubt is a particular kind of doubt.
Thomas doesn't say, "I'm not interested in believing it." He doesn't say, "Jesus alive again?!?--that's a stupid story!"
He says, "Unless I see the mark of the nails in his hands, and put my finger in the mark of the nails and my hand in his side, I…