Your term “the joints” can mean several different things, each of which would require a glue with different characteristics.
For example, if you made the top by edge-gluing teak boards, the resorcinol would give the strongest joint. For apron to leg joints, mortise and tenon, either the epoxy or the Gorilla Glue would suffice. The GG is excellent for these joints because it fills any voids with closed cell foam (denies access to water) and because its flexibility allows some cross grain movement without destroying the bond. Teak is just dense enough that the WEST System cannot exceed the strength of the wood. This has to do with the saturation potential, not the resin’s own strength properties. Resorcinol is the strongest bond. I saw an article in Wooden Boat about a waterproof PVA glue used by an old salt who had become sensitized to epoxy. Sorry, do not recall more. Think it was British. Acetone wash is a must, whichever glue you use. Good luck!