Wow. I'm almost halfway through this, and it turns out there's a lot more to Nietzsche than I previously thought. The most interesting thing so far to me is that Christianity is a "slave morality" as opposed to Homeric heroes, who have a "master morality". In the Homeric tradition, heroism, strength, courage, etc are virtues, because it was designed by people in control of their world. In the Christian tradition, meekness, humility, powerlessness, etc are virtues, because it was designed by people who were oppressed.