Evil must be acknowledged in order to be resisted and overcome, but if evil becomes an "object" of obsession, it can be neither authentically resisted nor overcome.
Things coming to a point dissolves the gray areas and makes choices between good and evil clearer and sharper, but these choices involve more than crude rejection.
A strong disavowal of discerned evil is only meaningful if it is supported by a much stronger avowal of Good. Likewise, a strong avowal of Good is only meaningful if it inspires an even stronger avowal of Good.
Thus, affirming that one is "against" evil is but the tip of the iceberg. The affirmation is only meaningful if it is supported by a a larger and stronger desire "for" Good.
Without this mass, this bulk of Good, the tip of the iceberg has no basis or foundation. Icebergs are identified but not much is done about them, at least not at the spiritual level. After a while, the iceberg tips become too numerous to avoid. They jut out of the water everywhere like menacing fangs and eventually cause a collision.
Discovering and confirming the Good that one is "for" must form the mass of all "things coming to a point" choices. From a spiritual perspective, that mass -- that positive "for" for Good cannot remain submerged beneath the water but must instead "roll over" and emerge to the surface, thereby superseding the affirmation of evil.
At the same time, attempting to discover, affirm, and navigate Good while remaining in a state of intentional or unintentional oblivion to the reality of obvious and clearly discernible evil renders one blind to the dangers present in the water. Ultimately, collisions ensue.
Unfortunately, "point"-blind navigators rarely, if ever, understand what they hit or what hit them. Quite often, they don't even register the collision! In worst-case situations, they deny the reality of the collision altogether!
Things coming to a point is not about balance; it is about the discernment of evil followed by a powerful upsurge of being for Good that eclipses the discernment.