From Kook Science

Hamartiology — from the Greek hamartia, hamartanein, "to miss the mark" (as when shooting an arrow), a word used by Aristotle to describe the error that brings ruin to the tragic figure, later adopted by early Christians to indicate sin — is a branch of Theology that deals with the concept and doctrine of sin, the transgression or offence against the Godly moral law (or commandment).

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