One last thought re 'the wrath of God was satisfied'!
Approaching the subject of wrath/God it seems beholden to me and others to downplay any thought of God's wrath being emotive, passionate, or generally analogous to human anger.
But are we being consistent? (!!)
When we approach the subject of the love of God, it strikes me that many Christians forget to have reservations about 'feeling' side of God's character. We write or enjoy reading books about 'the Father heart of God', we enjoy sermons on the Prodigal Son with its revelation of the heart of God yearning for us sinners to return to him, and we speak about God's ability to feel our sorrow and grief 'because God too once lost his Son'.
Do we want a God who is dispassionate, utterly principled, and completely unswayed by emotive response to sin when judging us, and a God who is passionate, compassionate, and biased towards our spiritual plight when seeking to draw us to himself?
In short, do we fail to be even-handed in our explanation of who God is?