Adolf Hitler’s Baptism Certificate
January 9, 2014 Nazi Germany (American Nationalist News) — A lot of contemporary Christians and their atheist counterparts, have been arguing for years over what Adolf Hitler believed in. Atheists would use legitimate quotes, while Christians would reference his lifestyle practices. What is essential to understand is that they are both right and both wrong. The disconnect comes by interpretation and evidence.
Hitler declares the Nazis Party (NSDAP), as a Christian Movement :
We are a people of different faiths, but we are one. Which faith conquers the other is not the question; rather, the question is whether Christianity stands or falls… We tolerate no one in our ranks who attacks the ideas of Christianity … in fact our movement is Christian. — Adolf Hitler
There may have been a time when even parties founded on the ecclesiastical basis were a necessity. At that time Liberalism was opposed to the Church, while Marxism was anti-religious. But that time is past. National Socialism neither opposes the Church nor is it anti-religious, but on the contrary, it stands on the ground of a real Christianity. — Adolf Hitler
Hitler’s war against Secular ethics :
Hitler delivers a speech in which he promises to restore “family…honor and loyalty, Volk and Vaterland, culture and economy” and recover “the eternal foundation of our morality and our faith.” Hitler further declares a “merciless war against spiritual, political, and cultural nihilism.” — Adolf Hitler
Hitler’s thoughts on Secular teaching in schools :
Secular schools can never be tolerated because such schools have no religious instruction, and a general moral instruction without a religious foundation is built on air; consequently, all character training and religion must be derived from faith …we need believing people. — Adolf Hitler
Hitler’s belief in Absolutes — inverted to Secular, relativism :
In the Bible we find the text, “That which is neither hot nor cold will I spew out of my mouth.” This utterance of the great Nazarene has kept its profound validity until the present day. He who would pursue the golden mean must surrender the hope of achieving the great and the greatest aims. — Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler believed in Unified Church and State — inverted to America’s separation of Church and State :
The State and the People are one and the same body. The German Church and the People are practically the same body. Therefore there could be no issue between Church and State. — Adolf Hitler
National Socialism has always affirmed that it is determined to take the Christian Churches under the protection of the State. For their part the churches cannot for a second doubt that they need the protection of the State, and that only through the State can they be enabled to fulfill their religious mission. Indeed, the churches demand this protection from the State. On the other hand, in consideration for this protection, the State must require from the Churches that they in their turn should render to it that support which it needs to secure its permanence. Churches which fail to render to the State any positive support in this sense are for the State just as worthless as is for a Church the State which is incapable of fulfilling its duties to the Church. The decisive factor which can justify the existence alike of Church and State is the maintenance of men’s spiritual and bodily health, for if that health were destroyed it would mean the end of the State and also the end of the Church. — Adolf Hitler
- Adolf Hitler despised Atheism. He despised it as just a fabrication of mans whims which can go shifted by relativistic doctrines. He also despised Atheism because he believed that fanaticism was a(n) essential key in a warriors life.
Adolf Hitler declares war on Atheism :
We were convinced that the people need and require this faith. We have therefore undertaken the fight against the atheistic movement, and that not merely with a few theoretical declarations: we have stamped it out. — Adolf Hitler
Hitler viewed Atheists as Bolsheviks and Communist sympathizers. He believed that even the most devout Nazi who was an atheist could be easily manipulated by Communist idealism :
The Church’s interests cannot fail to coincide with ours alike in our fight against the symptoms of degeneracy in the world of to-day, in our fight against the Bolshevist culture, against an atheistic movement, against criminality, and in our struggle for the consciousness of a community in our national life, for the conquest of hatred and disunion between the classes, for the conquest of civil war and unrest, of strife and discord. These are not anti-Christian, these are Christian principles. — Adolf Hitler
Hitler also had thousands of Atheists, Liberals, liberal-Catholics, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Jews and a lot of Businessmen Executed, or Put into Forced-Labor Camps.
Hitler Condemns the Allies for Claiming, NAZISM as ‘anti-Christ’ :
We are indeed perhaps better able than other generations to realize the full meaning of those pious words “What a change by the grace of God.” Amongst the accusations which are directed against Germany in the so called democracies, is the charge that the National Socialist State is a hostile to religionIn answer to that charge I should like to make before the German people the following solemn declaration: 1. No one in Germany has in the past been persecuted because of his religious views, nor will anyone in the future be so persecuted. 2. The National Socialist State since 30 January 1933 from public monies derived from taxation through the organs of the State has placed at the disposal of both Churches the following sums:
- In the fiscal year 1933 130 million Reichsmark
- In the fiscal year 1934 170 million Reichsmark
- In the fiscal year 1935 250 million Reichsmark
- In the fiscal year 1936 320 million Reichsmark
- In the fiscal year 1937 400 million Reichsmark
- In the fiscal year 1938 500 million Reichsmark
- In addition to this there has been paid over some 85 million Reichsmark each year from contributions of the separate States, and some 7 million Reichsmark from contributions of the parishes and parish-associations. . . . Further, the Church in the National Socialist State is in many ways favored in regard to taxation and for gifts, legacies & etc., it enjoys immunity from Taxation. . . It is therefore, to put it mildly — effrontery when especially foreign politicians make bold to speak of hostility to religion in the Third Reich. But if it be true that the German Churches regard this position as intolerable, the the National Socialist State is at any time ready to undertake a clear separation between Church and State as is already the case in France, America and other countries, I would allow myself only one question: ‘What contributions during the same period have France, England or the United States made through the State from the public funds?'” — Adolf Hitler
Deutsche Christen (D.C) — were a pressure group and movement within German Protestantism aligned towards the Fuhrerprinzip ideological principles of Nazism with the goal to align German Protestantism as a whole towards those principles.