Q. 1. What is the heresy of "Positive Christianity?"
A. 1. "Positive Christianity" is a term that was adopted by the Nazi leaders when referring to a model of Christianity consistent with Nazism.
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.
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 both, the Catholics and the Protestants.
With the fall of the Nazi regime in 1945, "Positive Christianity" fell into obscurity. It continues to be practiced by some Christian Identity groups.