I think you step on dangerous ground here. First of all, anytime you provide only 3 (or 4 or even 20) choices, you run the risk of forcing someone into a choice. Your option A takes a choice a person can make “Acknowledging that your points are valid”, such as I have done above, and forces them to draw a conclusion “certainly in belief isnt justified”.
Well what are some other choices that you have in mind? All I’m saying is that the truth of a faith based proposition doesn’t necessarily follow from it’s premises because those premises are based upon fallacious thinking, and this is precisely the difference between faith and reasoning/evidence; because of this, those that have faith should also reserve some degree of intellectual doubt about the truth of the object of their faith.