Nietzsche set himself against Christianity as perhaps only someone who is both a philosophical genius and a preacher’s kid gone rogue could possibly do. However, even though I am a Christian, I can’t help but love him. Nietzsche can become (through those interesting powers of the written word that we discussed earlier) a help to anyone who places a higher priority on saying yes to life than on simply being comfortable. Whether I end up agreeing or disagreeing with him, I must admit that he’s good at hitting us where we are comfortable and making us think harder about it. Where in today’s reading by Nietzsche (CUA Primer, 38–39) do you find Nietzsche making powerfully insightful observations about human beings? Where, if anywhere, do you think that Nietzsche hasn’t quite got things right about the nature of love?