8B_3 - What strong indications are there that God doesn't have good intentions? Are you referring to his judgments against sin?
8B_5 - ...... "to go with white lies" and "trust in God's holiness regardless".
9B_5 - It means, acknowledging that God is all-knowing and we are not. It makes no sense for us to think that we can righteously judge and accuse God of unrighteousness based upon our limited knowledge.
@LSP1 - Perhaps I worded 8B_3 poorly (and I have rewritten it), but I wasn't arguing against God's good intentions. The whole argument map assumes God has good intentions per Premise 2.
Do you want me to add in or replace the phrase in 8B_5? "To go with the white lies" already means you are trusting in God's holiness regardless because you believe he has good intentions regardless of his chosen methods. Since it's a suggested argument path, I would end up making another tangent instead, since it is logically possible that a Christian could see that perhaps there are big white lies from God in the Christian belief system, but feels he/she is obligated to leave them unaddressed until they are specifically pointed out by God. That doesn't seem to be what you are trying to get at though.