I've just finished reading Twilight of the Idols/The Anti-Christ, and I was struck by his sincere admiration for Christ. He calls him 'the only Christian'.
Is it fair then to describe him as a reformer of Christianity in its long tradition of reformers, rather than a destroyer as one may take from his famous 'God is dead'.?
And that he is an advocate for a muscular & robust Christianity, rather than a lily-livered one? Perhaps he is saying that the meek will not inherit the Earth by remaining that way.