As Galileo once famously said,
the Bible tells you how to go to heaven, not how the heavens go.
The cases you mention require a rather liberal interpretation of the text, and for some it would be quite a stretch to assume that bronze age humans would be able to interpret these as Christians do today, as they were unaware of phenomena like entropy and thermodynamics.
Isaiah 45:12, 40:22, 42:5; Job 9:8; Psalms 104:2
The Hebrew שָׁמָ֑יִם (šā·mā·yim) generally means "heaven" or "sky", not "universe". The Hebrew word is constructed of two parts: sham (שָׁמַ) derived from Akkadian samu meaning "sky" or "lofty", and Hebrew mayim (מַיִם) meaning "water". It is a reference to clouds (the water) in the sky, not the universe. We know this because the sun is called shemesh. It follows the same construction, where shem or sham (Akkadian: samu) means "sky" and esh (Akkadian: ish) means "fire", i.e., "sky-fire".
It also contradicts Genesis 1:6-8, in which The "firmament" is claimed to be a solid "roof" over the world.
We should also mention that according to Genesis, the Earth & sky were formed before the Sun. Aside from bio-mechanical problems, this flatly contradicts the nebular hypothesis of stellar formation, in which planets form in the accretion disk created by a young star.
Can you fasten the chains of the Pleiades or loosen the belt of Orion? Can you bring out the constellations in their season and lead the Bear and her cubs?
This is not a correct description of the stars - it just alludes to constellations, patterns humans see where there are just random star positions. Furthermore, the Bible also incorrectly defines stars as objects that fall from heaven:
And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven,
burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the
rivers, and upon the fountains of waters - Revelation 8:10
during all days of the earth, seed-time and harvest, and cold and
heat, and summer and winter, and day and night, do not cease
There is no indication here that the earth is "round" (it is actually spherical). The seasonal facts stated here are not foreknowledge, but demonstrably based on the experience of previous generations from before mankind became sedentary.
Bird of the heavens, and fish of the sea, Passing through the paths of
This is not what scientists would describe as the water cycle.
Genesis 2:1 & Psalms 102:25-26
And the heavens and the earth are completed, and all their host;
Beforetime the earth Thou didst found, And the work of Thy hands are the heavens. They -- They perish, and Thou remainest, And all of them as a garment become old, As clothing Thou changest them, And they are changed.
This is a classical misapplication of the 1st and 2nd Law Of Thermodynamics, which refer to closed systems. Our planet is an open system constantly receiving thermodynamic energy from an external source. The Earth is definitely not a closed system: the planet loses about 50.000 metric tons of its atmosphere each year.