Following sections and a snow day, we try to catch up, which means (it turns out) looking at more similarities between God and Satan: their derision for their enemies, their invocation of "necessity / The Tyrant's plea."  How the Son manages the Father's douche-bag-splaining ("death for death" --> "life for life").  This is a further idea of justification: making God just.  Satan's reaction to the innocent Adam and Eve ("whom my thoughts pursue with wonder / And could love."  His pity for them though he is unpitied) contrasted with God's ("ingrate!").  Satan's dream temptation of Eve and how much Raphael echoes it in his Great Chain of Being speech.

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