I awkwardly used the word 'resounding' a while ago as follows. Your argument is resounding. I meant you raised a good point there, although at the time I went for that strange statement. Anyway, was that, by any means, correct? Thanks in advance.
The definition of "resounding" can be "clear, emphatic, unmistakeable", so if you meant the word in this context, I'd say it's fine.
I'd also consider:
Your argument is astoundingly good OR Your argument is valid (etc)
Note that in my experience "resounding" usually collocates with "success".
The event was a resounding success.