My first Nietzsche! And apparently this was one of the last books he published, when he began to unravel, but still manages to throw shade at every religious idea you can think of.
It is mostly about Christianity and the “hypocrisy” of its preachers, and the “crimes” they continue to commit against man’s natural and biological instincts.
Although I enjoyed it, I don’t think this is for everyone to be honest. It’s definitely not a light or easy read, but still offers great insights and provocative ideas.