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Those belt buckles did not originate with nazi's. German uniforms had the phrase on the helmet as an old tradition from long before the Nazi party took over Germany. The nazi's who were anti-christian wanted to phase out that tradition so they removed it from helmets and only left it on belt buckles of the regular army. It's notable that the SS didn't have that phrase on their stuff. If you look into what the Nazi's believed and what Christianity is, an unbiased mind will see there is no relation, similar to how there is no relation between Christianity and many non-Christians today who use American currency which says: "in God we trust". Nazi's beliefs were based on eugenics which had it's origin in Darwinism.