The consensus among modern historians is that Hitler saw himself as a central Believer, with capital B.
He believed in the National Socialist German Workers' Party as it was a True Religion.
Should he had his personal beliefs separated from the benefit of Germany, the World view would indeed look different. He couldn't do that though. He hired Nazi believers in leading positions of industrial production where he should have hired the leading industrialists.
Look it up. All of it. Come on.
Adolf Hitler was a Nazi fundamentalist in at extreme religious level. Therefore he favored Nazi believers for important positions instead of "non-believers", regardless of how skilled and patriotic they were.