Aha, so you are one & the same person. Thx for clarifying.
Yes, of course we all have doubts from time to time. It's only natural - almost a part of human nature. Just be aware where most of those doubts originate. Remember the serpent's first lie to our 'parents' - 'did God really say...' (Gen. 3:1). Very subtle, wouldn't you agree? The serpent didn't challenge God's existence - that would have been too obvious. Neither did it question that God had said something. But what exactly did He say again? Did He really say you can't eat from that tree.....?
Having said that, your post read much more like a militant atheist's manifesto rather than the speculative ramblings of a believer who was having second thoughts, so perhaps I could be excused for being confused. Regardless, I'm very glad to hear that you have now found answers to your questions and doubts, and have rediscovered your faith.
Would I be correct in presuming that the main source of your doubt was the existence of evil in the world? If so, may I recommend you read Charles D Alexander's 3-Part exposition (No. 028) on The Problem Of Evil, which you can find here: