I would do really well to be more like Thomas.
PS. It looks to me as if Thomas is “all in.” The thing that is intriguing to me is the journey that took him from here to what he says in 14:5 and finally to the scene in 20:24 – 29. It is interesting that his questions were setups for some highly significant statements by the Savior. The other thing that is causing me to expend brain time is how Thomas’ statements contribute to John’s purpose in the gospel. How does Thomas reflect both the undercurrent of love and reveal that Christ is the Son of God?
Food for thought.