Like a self-help book for the newly-athiest who, after a lifetime of omnipotent, omnipresent, deity, feel weak and alone. Life without God isn't easy. This makes it easier.
An attack on the lack of critical sense and the blind acceptance of Christian premises, as regards morality, "Beyond Good and Evil" asks us to revisit many concepts imposed by Christian dogma, particularly solitude, fasting, and sexual abstinence. The reader is encouraged to move beyond Christian insistence on universal morality and embrace the inherent driving forces within each of us: achievement, ambition, the desire to grow and expand. Nietzsche argues (quite prophetically) "The time for petty politics is past; the next century will bring with it the struggle for mastery over the whole earth.