Jews tend to have ambivalent feelings about Christianity. The more traditional the Jew, the more likely he is to regard it as idolatry. From a Jewish perspective, how could saying a man was God not be idolatry?
White nationalists are also split about Christianity.
According to [William Pierce], Christian values provided white people with no protection from the Jews and did little to assert white racial goals…
Always Pierce saw a genetic first cause. He argued that there were racial differences between the pre-Christian northern Europeans and the peoples of Asia Minor, where Judaism and Christianity were born. Because of these racial differences, the religions of the Middle East…did not fill the spiritual requirements of northern Europeans.