10) Christians agree that God is uncreated. The Son is not created: he is "born of the Father before all ages" in a way that doesn't actually involve change or time. He chose to incarnate as a human, in time and space, to be with us and save us. This is an amazingly humiliating thing for God to have done.
9) There is, but you reject it. This is no surprise, as you reject the entire Bible and all early Christian writings as corrupted, but let's be honest about this.
8) An assertion, not a fact. No one has seen the Father except the Son, and yet all who have seen the Son have seen God. Who did Moses see?
And Job 19:25 (before Jesus came) tells us:
25 “But as for me, I know that my Redeemer lives,
and he will stand upon the earth at last.
26 And after my body has decayed,
yet in my body I will see God!
27 I will see him for myself.
Yes, I will see him with my own eyes.
I am overwhelmed at the thought!
7) It was the belief of early Christians, or why would St Thomas have said (on seeing the resurrected Christ) "My Lord and my God!" ? Your confusion is that an understanding of the Trinity was not hashed out and codified for a long time, nor an uncontroversial statement of the dual nature of Christ, but early Christians certainly believed that Jesus was God.
6) Indeed he did. This is because he is both God and Man.
5) Jesus said that the Father is greater than he was. That the Father is greater than the Son. That's why Orthodox versions of the Shield of the Trinity tend to put the Father on the top corner. It should also be noted that Jesus said this while on Earth, before his death and resurrection, and Christian belief (as explained in Philippiabs 2) is that he "emptied himself out", "taking the form of a servant" in order to incarnate.
4) No he doesn't. I notice your lack of reference. Jesus says he is not the Father. Christians agree that Jesus is not the Father. But Jesus is God.
3) Yes. The Father is God and the Son is God and the Spirit is God. How could a Son begotten of God be anything other than God Himself, if God is worthy of his name?
2) Yes, we agree on that. God doesn't change because he exists outside time and space. The Son, incarnate as a man, grew and changed as a man, because he was incarnate in time and space. But the Son, as God, did not change.
1) Yes, indeed. What is your point? Christians agree on this. That is why we worship God; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Jesus died, and Jesus is God. But God himself cannot die, because he is unchanging. And in any case, we do not truly die either. Jesus descended into Hell where he preached to the souls, and led the willing ones with him into Heaven when he opened it. Then he rose bodily from the dead, in his glorified body. The Father went on being the Father, and the Spirit went on being the Spirit, and the Son went on being the Son.
Jesus isn't 'part' of the Trinity: that is not how the Trinity works.
Because God asks for sacrifice, because without sacrifice there can be no love, because you know this: every Abrahamic religion knows it.
God answers to himself, to the rules he established to the greatest glory of his name, to what he knows will lead to the greatest glory. Otherwise, why even have life on Earth?
Greater love has no man, than that he lays down his life for his friends.