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Dannhauer, Johann Konrad

(1603–66). B. Köndringen, Ger.; educ. Strasbourg, Marburg, Altdorf, and Jena; prof. Strasbourg. Opposed RC and Ref. theol.; rejected theol. of G. Calixtus* as syncretism.* Theologian of the Luth. orthodox tradition; influenced P. J. Spener.* Works include Collegium decalogicum; Hodosophia christiana sive theologia positiva; Liber conscientiae apertus sive theologia conscientiaria; Katechismusmilch; Mysterium syncretismi detecti, proscripti, et symphonismo compensati. See also Dogmatics, B 6; Inspiration, Doctrine of, B 3 c; Lutheran Theology After 1580, 3, 4.

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