I'm just going to focus on this one part:
Originally Posted by Gakure
If He was so powerful, why didn't He force Pharaoh to let His people go? Simply, He can't.
Um...I believe he did force the Pharaoh to let the Jews go. Pretty sure he was the driving force behind the various plagues that ended with the death of his first born son, thus compelling him to release the Jewish slaves. Moses was just the messenger. Every step of the way, god was working through Moses to get the Pharaoh to see the light and release his "chosen" people.
In the beginning of Exodus he tried to kill Moses because Moses' son wasn't circumcised. So, according to you, he couldn't force Pharaoh to release the Jews from slavery (which he did), but he could almost kill his own prophet due to said prophet's son being uncircumcised. See how illogical that is? And that is just from 1 story.