The Question and Answer section for Doctor Faustus (Marlowe) is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
This is a pretty large essay question for this short answer forum space. I would generally agree with the statement but your answer needs far more detail than I can give on this space.
Faustus is more interested in a crude fancies rather than the damnation of his soul. Faustus, for example, is delighted with the parade of the Seven Deadly Sins rather than the Good Angel pleading that he repents his sins.
I don't pity Faustus. He is falling for Mephostophilis' simple explanations of Heaven and Hell. Despite the warnings of the Good Angel Faustus is easily distracted by the entertainment Lucifer provides for him. To entertain him, Lucifer parades...