And he said to them, "Why are you troubled, and why do doubts arise in your hearts?" (Luke 24:38)Is this really a rhetorical question?
Our unbelief has to be unfathomable to God, as was the disciples' to Christ. It is as if He were saying,
"What basis have I ever given you for doubting Me? I told you that I would be rejected, handed over to the chief priests and scribes, beaten, condemned, crucified, killed (Luke 9:22, 44; 18:31-33). You didn't believe that would happen, but it did. I also said I'd rise again from the dead (Luke 18:33). Did you disbelieve? Again? Why?"To say that God knows and understands all things is not to say that God finds everything understandable, if you take my meaning.
It is clear that the Lord does not see doubt as a virtue. But beyond even that, He seems to find unbelief unbelievable.