Nihilism, from what I understand, means to drop all values and beliefs in order to reconstruct yourself with what ideas that best fits you. Isn't that a very Christian thing to do? Isn't the essence of the Christian faith to be able to leave all beliefs behind and simply trust yourself, the others and 'the' big Other (or otherness, I mean, the unknown). Jesus reformed the Jewish beliefs in a way that is not that far from Nietzschean nihilism. Remember, Christianity was only a Jewish sect when it began. Its intention was not to directly CONVERT as much people as possible in order to LEAD them. It is $aint-Paul, the Roman Rabbi, who had a wonderful revelation; "Christ could be commercial".
I personally see Jesus Christ as a nihilist figure for the way he behaved. On the other hand I do not see God or the Church as relevant. What do you think?