In his most direct prose, Nietzsche brings a sledgehammer to the frail figure of Christ and his pathetic religion.
Introduced and translated by one of the greatest American journalists, H.L. Mencken, and given a lengthy and deep analysis and context by Church of Satan Magister James D. Sass.
The back cover features a portrait of Nietzsche by author/artist Jack Malebranch, based on the sculpture of Josef Thorak.
"In truth, THE ANTI-CHRIST is as necessary to the completeness of the whole of Nietzsche's system as the keystone is to the arch. All the curves of his speculation lead up to it. What he flung himself against, from the beginning to the end of his days of writing, was always, in the last analysis, Christianity.' -H.L. Mencken, from his introduction.