Really loved the messianic imagery surrounding Zeke this chapter. His resurrection, the way the shafts of light illuminate the gloomy skies on his return, his encounter with the closest thing this world has to a real god. His superhuman abilities and mystical bloodline. His will to change the world and to liberate an oppressed people from life in an inversion of how Christ liberated them from death. Even his nudity seems symbolic of rebirth and purity, like a return to a prelapserian state in the manner of Adam and Eve. You can really see why Yelena worships him like a god. This is a man who means to alter the very fabric of existence.