Is it biblical, or just a wise tale, to say that the reason for Satan’s rebellion was he was jealous that God would become a Man? Or that his job was to serve Man, but he didn’t?
Even if it is not biblical, is it okay to speculate that those (or one of them) was the reason?
Next, the Bible talks about “Satan entering into Judas.” Is it okay to speculate that God gives people a number of chances to return to Him, but that if people continue to deny Him, they become negatively blinded, and subject to God’s mercy/judgment–his infinite wisdom. For example, God used Satan’s rebellion for the benefit of Mankind; He (Jesus) died on the cross which saved us from our sins.
So some speculations:
Nietzsche rejected Truth, and so went insane with dementia.
Camus rejected Truth, (his final decision was to see a publisher instead of his own family, or so I read), and so died in a car crash.
And the lesson is that God, in His infinite wisdom, can even use rebellion as a lesson?