I realize that there are many denominations of Christianity who believe differently about fairly fundamental issues (inerrancy, faith vs works, etc.), so I’d like to ask a factual question about what seems to me the extreme core of the faith.
The hypothetical: the account of Hitler committing suicide was not true. What really happened is that just before he died, he somehow had a moment of lucidity where he realized that he had done some horrible things. He got down on his knees, prayed to Jesus, sincerely repented of his sins, and humbly and sincerely asked for Jesus to come into his heart. He had no doubt that Jesus did so, and he resolved to change his life completely, beginning by turning himself over to the Allies for whatever punishment they decided. He quickly drafted an order for the unconditional surrender of all German forces, but a fanatical aide, who felt betrayed by Hitler’s change of heart, shot Hitler and Eva Braun, destroyed the order, and then shot himself.
Also assume that Hitler had never explicitly denied the Holy Spirit.
My question: is there any denomination of Christianity that does not believe that under those circumstances, he would receive eternal life in Heaven, sooner or later, perhaps after a long time in purgatory?