The heart and soul of the NSDAP was rooted in the deepest Christian faith. Adolf Hitler himself, secular documents, photographs, records, and diary entries prove this notion completely true.
Hitler Youth, observed holding bibles with Lutheran pastors, 1935 (Colorized)
"Jesus*… very handsome in appearance… beautiful form… His stature was six feet tall, blond hair, straight nose, blue eyes, gentle gaze, blondish beard*, long hair: a razor never went up to His head… except His mother when He was a child."
"This concept of law included the holy conviction of our ancestors that everything in life and on earth was created by God and had a soul. Silly, malicious and stupid people have twisted this into the fable that our ancestors worshipped gods and trees. No, according to ancient knowledge and ancient teachings, they were convinced of the Divine Order of this whole world, of all of the plant and animal kingdoms."
—Heinrich Himmler, in SS Defender against Bolshevism, Page 7 (The Divine Order).
Quote of the day - St. John Chrysostom, on the errors of the Jews
"Nothing is more miserable than those people who never failed to attack their own salvation. When there was need to observe the Law, they trampled it under foot. Now that the Law has ceased to bind, they obstinately strive to observe it. What could be more…
"[...] God hates the jews, and on Judgment Day He will say to those who sympathize with them, 'Depart from Me, for you have intercourse with My murderers!'Flee, then, from their assemblies, fly from their houses, and far from venerating the synagogue, hold it in hatred and aversion." - St. John ChrysostomSt. John Chrysostom's homilies against the Jews
Alfred Rosenberg exclaimed, "Odin is dead!". And Hitler himself declared that the future "must not take the form of a revival of the worship of Wotan." Baldur von Schirach, leader of the Hitler Youth, assured German parents that "it is my purpose neither to re-erect in the forests of Germany heathen altars and introduce our youth to any kind of Wotan's cult, nor in any way to hand over young Germany to the magical altars of the herb-apostles..."
From: Odinism: Present, Past, and Future, by Osred. (Page 192)