I find your arguments extremely weak. Most of them follow the pattern, "The Bible says A to person and situation X, and it says B to person and situation Y. Since A is not the same as B the Bible is inconsistent." This is silly; it ignores the different individuals, situations, cultural contexts, etc in the two different events. These are not inconsistencies at all!
Two of your arguments rest on bad translations of the Hebrew:
quote:3.God tempts Abraham:
Genesis 22:1-12 (King James Version) Genesis 22
And it came to pass after these things, that God did tempt Abraham, and said unto him, Abraham: and he said, Behold, here I am.
"Tempt" is a poor translation of nasah: "test" is better, as it reads in most modern translations.
quote:5. God prohibits killing:
Exodus 20:13 (King James Version) Thou shalt not kill.
"Kill" is a poor translation of ratsach; it should read "murder" as it does in most modern translations.
Your best argument is probably Judges 5:27. But this is part of a song, so could be expected to take some poetic license and to use poetic imagery.