Posted: Aug 01, 2014 7:53 am
by Animavore
Jayjay4547 wrote:That’s what you say, but your justification is merely that they could have been Christian because like the Dutch, they didn’t go to church. And Hitler said some things aligning himself against the atheist communists. But all material signs that might have backed your assertion are missing. The Nazis undermined and suppressed Christianity especially before the war. They showed their true colours.

You've already been schooled on this.

Positive Christianity (German: Positives Christentum) was a movement within Nazi Germany which blended ideas of racial purity and Nazi ideology with elements of Christianity. Hitler included use of the term in Article 24[1] of the 1920 Nazi Party Platform, stating "the Party represents the standpoint of Positive Christianity". Non-denominational, the term could be variously interpreted, but allayed fears among Germany's Christian majority as to the expressed hostility towards the established churches of large sections of the Nazi movement.[2] In 1937, Hans Kerrl, the Nazi Minister for Church Affairs, explained "Positive Christianity" as not "dependent upon the Apostle's Creed", nor in "faith in Christ as the son of God", upon which Christianity relied, but rather, as being represented by the Nazi Party: "The Fuehrer is the herald of a new revelation", he said.[3] To accord with Nazi antisemitism, Positive Christianity advocates also sought to deny the Semitic origins of Christ and the Bible. In such elements Positive Christianity separated itself from Christianity and is considered apostasy by Catholics and Protestants.

The Nazis believed in a form of Christianity which removed the Jewish aspects from the Bible (like the OT) and portrayed Jesus as an Aryan battling the Jews. They believed that white people were created by God separately from the other races and came from Atlantis.

The Nazis and Hitler were not atheists. The SS even banned atheists from their ranks because they thought that their lack of belief in a higher power was a problem.

Deal with it.