In a speech in Munich, Adolf Hitler uses the Bible to illustrate the importance of being committed to one's cause.
"In the Bible we find the text, 'That which is neither hot nor cold will I spew out of my mouth.' This utterance of the great Nazarene has kept its profound validity until the present day.
He who would pursue the golden mean must surrender the hope of achieving the great and the greatest aims. Until the present day the half-hearted and the lukewarm have remained the curse of Germany."
The text Hitler is referring to is Revelation 3:16