>Can you name the "plenty"?
It seems that most of them were nominally religious and didn't want to alienate huge portions of the population. Just as many people are culturally Christian despite not truly believing it.
>believing in gods does not make something theocratic and National Socialism's core perspective were based off of Germanic mythos and romanticism which were very neo-pagan
Which has nothing to do with typical religions and theocracy as shilled by some posters in here. Let's not confuse universalist religions with spirituality and Volkisch esoteric teachings
>The NSDAP should of acted as a theocracy and eliminated Christian influence from Germany
In the long run yes (just as they began to), but it wouldn't be wise immediately and at once
>so what you mean is that they *believed* in social darwinistic BS
They believed in biological value of the race and in many practical effects of National-socialist ideology. Such as healthy, fair and strong economy with no usury and Jewish yoke, healthy, strong, beautiful, intelligent and creative population, wholesome life, scientific advancement, cultural achievements, preservation of nature etc. To ignore this is equally subversive as ignoring the mythical aspects of National-Socialism.
>Atheists don't have spirits
Neither do most religious people. In fact, most religions are as antithetical to genuine spirituality as atheism is.
Alienating agnostics and atheists would be stupid anyway, because National-socialism is not based solely in myths but in empirical facts as well. There is no evidence of them targeting atheists regardless of most population being nominally Christian (on paper, and due to the fact that it's the religion they were taught since childhood). There was no reason to alienate either, because National-Socialism is an organic ideology where religious D&C was entirely unnecessary and counter-productive.
>Atheists were not even permitted into the SS
Just as I wrote, they were the spiritual elite, not a religious "elite" like a common Levantine priesthood.
It was an all encompassing political program.