We should zoom out and see the primary issue of this thread in perspective, independent of the Bible or any other religious text.
I didn't bring the Bible into this "debate", I'm just kicking it back to the curb where it belongs.
In your first example, God is orderering something to be done. It clearly is forbidden by God to murder, but he specifically asks it, that's something quite different.
You also missed the slavery and rape part there.
In your second quote, it is a prophecy; something that will happen.
A prophecy of pure evil with God's blessing.
Again, God doesn't approve slavery, but he does say that if you are slave, to obey your masters.
You can attempt mental gymnastics to avoid it, but the truth is simple - the Bible approves of slavery.
You obviously do not understand the Bible
I'm pretty positive I understand it far, far better than you do.