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Do not let your hamartiology obscure your eschatology unless, of course, your point is hamartiological, in which case stick to it.
It is a point at which his good theology has taken over the logic of his poem, and not all of his theology but his hamartiology has taken over, as it were, his eschatology and rendered it potentially ridiculous.
In doing so it utterly destroys the hamartiology (doctrine of sin) of the Scriptures.