Questions are good. A small group discussion can go further with someone playing the devils advocate. Doubt can lead to insights, the right question to the doorway of truth.
But this can of course go too far. Living in doubt is no fun, and slows down the chance of you believing in something - and the joy of giving yourself to something greater than you. Questions can be your fortress to never having to commit to anything.
Incessant questions are the last thing you need, and is characteristic of a three year old with "Why?", "Why?", "Why?", "Why?", "Why?". It might be cute in a three year old (for a time), but it's not when you are 33!
Find the balance.
And if you're stalling. Stop. Then go.