Nietzsche is one of the most misunderstood thinkers in history. These misunderstandings run even deeper with Christians, who often-and merely-understand him as radical atheist whose ideas are not simply unchristian, but violently opposed to Christianity. While there can be no delusions about Nietzsche's dislike of Christianity, Lucy Huskinson in An Introduction to Nietzsche wants to clarify what is true about Nietzsche's thought, and show how is "revaluation" of values is not new way of determining "values" but a genuine search, indeed a desperate search, for a way of relating to the world in meaningful way. Thus, this book serves a bridge to Nietzsche for Christians who are willing to give him a listen and attempt to understand what he has said, verses what has become myth.
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