I can empathize with how annoying their argument is.What does any of this have to do with abortion, sir?
Even if you are right, namely, that God is a hypocrite or that God is a moral monster, so what? All you prove is that the Christian God is a moral monster and not worth believing in.
You haven't proven that abortion is morally justifiable.
Furthermore, what if the issues you raise about God do not exist? What if when you read the Old Testament you found a God who did NOT kill people or start wars? What if you found in the Old testament a clear commandment against abortion? Would you become pro-life in such a case? No, you wouldn't. In such a case, you would just dismiss pro-lifers as religious morons and claim "You know, like, separation of Church and state, man."
They're pointing out what they see as a double standard. They see people who are capricious about murder. It's okay when their god kills people, but not okay when someone else does it.So again, what does any of what you have written have to do with abortion?
It's a feeble argument due to the fact that the reasons are completely different. He's assuming it's about convenience with God when the actual stated reason is that God is condemning to death those who are "continually evil", and their offspring will likewise be continually evil.
God's method may be convenient, but it isn't the reason he's wiping them off the face of the earth.
Digging a little deeper, we might note that Noah proclaimed the gospel message, and all the while he was proclaiming the gospel, no one could hear it. They could only mock Noah for building such a useless vessel. This is how evil deceives people to their own destruction.
The biblical authors saw life as well as the ability to procreate as a blessing, but today the wicked and depraved heart of humanity only views it as a curse to be blotted out along with the ability to reproduce ever again.