Both have their problems, but B overall is the better and more accurate choice.
Everyone is a child of God, and Jesus worships and prays to God. He denied being God. St. Paul denied it, too, saying that only the Father is God.
Climate change needs to be observed, but we're coming out of an ice age. Of course the globe is warming. What I dispute is how much of it is due to human activity.
LBBTQ, even if it were normal, wouldn't be good for us. Cobra venom is normal and natural, too. It doesn't mean that it's good for us. Of course we have no direct control over what attracts or tempts us. There is no sin in those things, only in what we do about them.
Evolution ignores thermodynamics and entropy and other practical considerations. Those need to be addressed before atheistic evolution should be taught and believed so fanatically.
No afterlife? Prove it. Every year millions know God for themselves, through their own experiences with him.