He made free use of Christian vocabulary. He talked about the blessing of the Almighty and theChristian confessions which would become the pillars of the new government. He assumed theearnestness of a man weighed down by historic responsibility. He handed out pious stories to the press, especially to the church papers. He showed his tattered Bible and declared that he drew the strength for his great work from it as scores of pious people welcomed him as a man sent from God. Indeed, Adolf Hitler was a master of outward religiosity--with no inward reality.