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Would Nietzsche be less critical of Christianity if he could see the present?

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    As you will know if you've read The Genealogy of Morals or Beyond Good or Evil Nietzsche was extremely critical of Christianity's egalitarianism and "slave morality". However now we can look back with a over century passed since he lived and where we can see that egalitarian ideology and the power of being a "victim" has become a more powerful influence on our culture could it be said that Nietzsche would have had a different opinion on Christianity as a result or would he have seen this as a secular mutation of Christianity that could only have happened with the Christian cultural founding that preceded it?
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