Well you have failed on point "A" trying to prove that most Fathers did not believe the earth was flat. Wherever they talked about it, most attacked the globe idea, meaning they thought like EVERYONE else that it was flat.
You are also dishonest because you are now saying that the majority of Fathers didn't care. That is an OUTRIGHT LIE, and you know it. (I will address the last set of quotes in a minute.) They did not reject it simply because it was pagan. Most pagans thought it was flat. It was only a minority of greeks who thought it was round. So that one won't wash.
You say you don't care what shape the earth is, but you SHOULD care. Very much so. It is pretty foundational to the world we live it. Whatever you do, you cannot say it is a globe. If you reject the globe, you will come to flat earth eventually. But you need to study the science.
Because it is part of Gods creation Flat Earthers are right to reject error concerning it. More especially so when they are backed up on science.
So on the latter set of quotes,
The Clement of Alexandria quote is seemingly the most explicit. I couldn't manage to get a proper translation of it this time, but doing some linguistic reverse-engineering I was able to see that other languages translate it as "world" and not sphere. The point is clear here that it seems that it was poetic license by the translator to put in sphere. The original greek is here http://khazarzar.skeptik.net/pgm/PG_Migne/Clement%20of%20Alexandria_PG%2008-09/Paedagogus.pdf
for those who want to check it out. The wiki article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paedagogus
The other quotes prove nothing! I mean did you even READ THEM? This is just getting ridiculous. St. John Damascus does not even say what he thought. He just says "at all events...". Again go back to basic logic please.
The other quotes simply show that he seemed to think that the Sun and moon went under the flat earth. Not totally ridiculous because that is what appears to our eyes and Enoch thought so also.
The last quote is totally ridiculous because it is so far removed from what we are talking about, that I honestly think you just put that in there for effect. why? Because it is talking about how the HEAVENS are a sphere not the earth! In other words the dome above and dome below.
Believing that the earth is a globe is modernist is because it is the attachment to modern thought which is the essence of modernism (hence the name!). But also because of the fideistic nature of modernism which rejects evidence put in front of ones eyes to contradict a notion one has. Something you are doing MASTERFULLY by refusing to look into the science.