On a Pale Horse - Chapter 11, Satan's Case Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Satan's Case Summary

Zane goes to his mansion in Purgatory to await events. Satan appears to him on his television, trying to talk him into allowing Luna to die. He promises not to take her to Hell and offers Zane the sexual favors of a succubus. Satan argues that there is no absolute truth and says that his role is merely to define and punish evil, a necessary task. Satan says that killing Luna now will allow him to purge much evil from the world in the future and that he's working for the greater good. She can go to Heaven, and mankind will benefit. Satan flatters Zane, reiterates Zane's misgivings about sin by saying that good souls are coming to Hell, and accuses God of not paying attention.

Although Zane feels himself swayed by Satan's charm and arguments, especially the reiterations...

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