Adam relates his own story after he awoke from his creation. Micah capitalizes on this, creating more conflict between Dutch, John, and Arthur by trying to convince Dutch that the latter two are traitors while showing superficial loyalty to Dutch.
On this day, the good angels are routed.
He enters the hapless serpent. She acknowledges she has sinned against him as well as God. Michael continues his prophecies: Noah's descendants the second source of menthe excessively ambitious Nimrod builds the Tower of Babel, the confusion of languages resulting, subjection of men to tyrants, the relation of right reason to civil and religious freedom.
He violently teases four-year-old Jack and is accused of killing an entire family except for a little girl, who only escaped due to Cleet's interference. Micah, on the other hand, believes it is worth going to and convinces Dutch to go to it anyway.
Man is made in God's own image to rule over other beasts. She is grateful for and cheered by his reassurance, but nevertheless sheds a silent tear out of fear? Hosea believes it to be a trap, and Dutch initially agrees with him. Devon Mr. Adam has become worried and seeks her out, finding her near the Tree.
Between the earth's surface and the shell of the universe were two main divisions: the sublunar region which included the moon and earth consisted of earth, air, fire, and water, but what was beyond the moon's sphere was made of a fifth, heavenly, substance called "quintessence" or "ether".
She makes an idolatrous soliloquy to the tree, then debates whether to tell or involve Adam. The two bring along Arthur, and the three wait for him at the docks. Adam laments his fate, believes the punishment is too severe, wishes to die but fears extinguishing the human race , wonders if God's wrath is infinite, curses his creation.
God charges Michael with this expulsion, but beforehand he is to reveal to Adam what good as well as evil shall come in the future, so they will be less disconsolate.