Dannhauer Conrad, a Lutheran divine, was born in the Breisgau 1603, and studied at the universities of Marburg, Altdorf, and Jena. In 1628 he became professor of eloquence, and later of theology at Strasburg, where also in 1638 he became pastor of the Cathedral church. He died in 1666. Dannhauer was a learned theologian, and an earnest Lutheran controvertist against Romanism and Syncretism (q.v.). For an account of his numerous writings, see Tholuck, Akademisches Leben d. 17 Jahrhunderts, saec. xvii, p. 274; and Tholuck's article in Herzog, Real-Encyklop. 19:386.