That is a lot like saying that you have a friend, a good man, who provides for the needy through organizations such as World Vision, and also constantly helps neighbours in need. However, when he gets angry at people, he kills them. Just two sides of his personality. No contradiction here, "except in minds insufficiently committed to reasoning from all the data."
Actually, the Christian position is not at all like the example you gave. I never said that when God gets angry with people He kills them. It is more like saying, "I have a friend, a good man, who provides for the needy through organizations such as World Vision, and also constantly helps neighbours in need. He is also a district judge, and he punished his own son, whom he loved, because the young man was a serial killer."
A judge who punishes criminals justly is acting in love to society. A judge who does not punish criminals, or who punishes them less than justly, is cowardly and unloving. Just ask the parents of the victims killed in prison by a convicted murderer serving a life sentence. Add to this that those same parents have to work to pay the taxes that provide free housing, food and medical care for the man who murdered their son, for the rest of that man's leisurely life. This is your idea of love?
I know of course you will come back with your notion that God's character can be inconsistent since He is God.
I don't know why you think I would say a thing as stupid as that, when I have argued consistently that there is no inconsistency in God. If you think a good man, who is a judge handing down severe, but just, sentences is an inconsistent man, then I can see why you have a problem with God the way He has revealed Himself. I should think you would rather get to know the God who declared repeatedly what He is like, than to change Him into a god more suited to your temperaments.