Babel and Pentecost go hand in hand, completing an example of God’s Perfect Justice.
Main’s language was “confused” when he thought he could reach the heavens in a tower built by his hands, and by virtue of being in the heavens was a co-equal to God.
Part of the salvation plan was to undo this confusion of language, as evidenced at Pentecost, so man could understand each other to witness the glory of God, rather than co-opt it.
We see other examples of this Perfect Justice, as in the Virgin Mary, who as a woman became the mother of the new creation, undoing the harm done by the woman who was the mother of all at the original creation.
Pax et Bonum!